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National Stroke Association's multimedia library offers a one-stop shop for stroke information in a variety of formats. All downloadable materials with the exception of press releases are available for educational use without permission. Users are asked to credit National Stroke Association as the copyright holder.

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Esperanza: La guía para la recuperación de ataques cerebrovasculares

© 2016

La crucial e información práctica y recursos en esta completa guía le ayudarán a tomar las riendas de su vida y convertirse en un participante activo en su recuperación.

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Explaining Stroke

© 2010

Learn more about stroke using this easy-to-understand interactive guide, including causes of stroke, types of stroke and how to reduce risk for stroke.

Explaining Stroke

© 2018

An easy-to-understand guide to stroke—including causes, types of stroke and how to reduce risk for stroke.

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Explaining Stroke 101

© 2018

Provide a comprehensive education about stroke to groups. Also available in Spanish.



© 2018


Explicación del accidente cerebrovascular (ACV) 101

© 2011

Esta presentación de PowerPoint puede estar utilizada para informar gente de ataques cerebrovasculares y los síntomas que existen durante un ataque.

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Explicando El Ataque Cerebrovascular

© 2014

Explicando el ataque cerebrovascular es un folleto práctico paso a paso que explica cómo sucede un ataque cerebrovascular, los diferentes tipos y cómo prevenirlo.

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Faces of Stroke Ambassador: Elijah

© 2012

Elijah, with the help of his mother, Jennifer, is raising awareness about pediatric stroke through the Traveling Awareness Bears.

Watch Elijah's video

Faces of Stroke Ambassador: Grant

© 2013

Hear more about why Grant is a Faces of Stroke Ambassador for National Stroke Association's August 2013 stroke awareness mini-campaign about returning to work post-stroke.

Watch Grant's video

Faces of Stroke Ambassador: Jason

© 2012

Jason Serapiglia, 32, is not your typical face of Afib. Atrial fibrillation (Afib) is more common in people age 60 and older and often has no symptoms.

View Jason's video


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