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Return to Work Toolkit

This Toolkit Contains The Following Items: Reasonable Accommodations Agreement Return to Work Decision Tree Goal Setting Worksheet Employment Readiness Assessment Resume Resources Return to Work Resources Tax Benefits for Businesses who have Employees with Disabilities Ticket to Work Program State Vocational Rehab Agencies

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Virtual Programs-in-a-box

Virtual Programs-in-a-box contain brochures, discussion guides, and other materials that may be printed and used for individual or stroke support group purposes. You will also find links to IHOPE webinars and other videos that support a deeper understanding of the various Program-in-a-box topics. Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA) After Stroke IHOPE Webinar: PBA Video: PBA Fast Draw

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iHOPE: Sleep Disorders in Stroke Survivors (Webinar)

This webinar is temporarily unavailable. Join topic experts, Drs. Mark Dyken and KyoungBin Im, for the webinar Sleep Disorders in Stroke Survivors and learn more about the following topics: Sleep apnea Insomnia Central disorders of hypersomnolence Circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders Parasomnias Sleep-related movement disorders View this Webinar Tell us about your experience. A new window

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Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function-based Approach

Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function-based Approach is an online continuing education opportunity offered through HomeCEUConnection.com.  This course educates and informs healthcare professionals on background medical information, standardized and non-standardized evaluation procedures and assessments, treatment techniques and evidence-based interventions for those who have suffered from stroke. Continuing Education Credit: 10 contact hours per module This continuing education

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iHOPE: Online Education Program

iHOPE is a series of webinar and Ask the Experts Q&A sessions led by topic experts who provide information and resources to help with specific issues related to stroke recovery. The series is designed to provide an individual experience, allowing you to learn at your own pace and access information about stroke information specific to

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iHOPE: Ask the Experts

Aphasia Download Aphasia Apps Listing Atrial Fibrillation Depression and Other Emotional Issues Fatigue and Rehab at Home Incontinence: Bladder Management Medication Adherence Mobility Post-Stroke Preventing Another Stroke Sleep Disorders in Stroke Survivors Tell us about your experience. A new window with a short survey will pop up after you close out of the webinar. Please

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Faces of Stroke Online Campaign Web Banners

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Stroke Awareness Month Web Banners

Facebook covers – Facebook cover photos are intended for use with personal profiles only. Download Know the Signs. Act FAST. banner Download the Learn the facts. banner Download the Every 4 minutes banner   Download the Be an advocate for stroke banner Download the Make a Difference banner Download the Stroke Symptoms banner

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iHOPE: Living With Atrial Fibrillation (Webinar)

This webinar is temporarily unavailable. Join topic expert David C. Willis, MD, for the webinar Living With Atrial Fibrillation (Afib) and get the latest information about: What is Afib? How Afib is related to stroke? How Afib is treated or managed? Helpful tips on living with Afib. Dr. Willis practices private family medicine in Florida.

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iHOPE: Incontinence: Bladder Management After Stroke (Webinar)

This webinar is temporarily unavailable. Join topic expert Michele Cournan, DNP, RN, CRRN, FNP, ANP-BC, for the webinar Incontinence: Bladder Management After Stroke and get the latest information about: How does the urinary tract work? What organs make up the urinary tract? How do you know when to empty your bladder? Types of incontinence Treatment

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Host an Event

Organizing a walk, run or other event to raise funds for National Stroke Association is a fun way to raise awareness and funds to fight against stroke. Getting Started Is Easy As 1, 2, 3 Decide On What Type Of Event You Would Like To Host Let Us Help You Get Started Recruit Friends And

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Stroke Rapid Response Training

Stroke Rapid Response™ Online is an individualized, accredited 2-hour training program for participants to learn about stroke at any time, place, and pace they choose. Participants can earn up to two contact hours. And, it’s cost-friendly — only $20 for the program! This program is designed to assist prehospital and hospital personnel in the education

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EMS4Stroke

EMS4Stroke provides educational resources on stroke for emergency medical services (EMS) personnel. The program was developed by the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), National Stroke Association and Genentech Inc. Go to EMS4Stroke.com

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Certified Stroke Rehabilitation Specialist

Program Overview The Certified Stroke Rehabilitation Specialist (CSRS) enables therapists to become preeminent stroke clinicians through a rigorous set of courses culminating in a written examination and nationally-recognized credential. The program consists of a four-tiered, seminar-based, stroke educational program. Each CSRS seminar is 8 hours (6.5 hours of continuing education units). Successive seminars build on

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Community Presentations 101

Hosting a community presentation to help the National Stroke Association spread awareness about stroke can be rewarding. We truly appreciate your support and want to ensure an easy and enjoyable experience for you. Follow these simple steps to ensure your success. Pick a partner. Hosting a presentation can be much easier if you have the

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NIH Stroke Scale

National Stroke Association offers certification for the NIHSS in a couple of different ways.  We provide you online training and testing with instant results, CME and Certificate and by NINDS/NIH DVD, and corresponding scantron exams for individual or classroom/group training and testing. The National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS) can be used as a

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Stroke Nurse Education Modules

National Stroke Association’s 11 accredited online Stroke Nurse Education Modules are ideal for those who are new to stroke as well as for seasoned stroke care providers committed to keeping their stroke knowledge and practice up-to-date. The completion of all 10 modules will result in the achievement of a minimum of eight contact hours which

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iHOPE: Getting a Grip on Spasticity (Webinar)

This webinar is temporarily unavailable. Join topic expert Steve Page PhD, MOT, MS, OTR/L , for the webinar Getting a Grip on Spasticity and get the latest information about: Defining spasticity and how it develops Why does spasticity matter? Why should I care about spasticity? Explaining contractures are Impacts of spasticity Treatment options Members of

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The Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases

Edited By Shinichiro Uchiyama, MD, PhD, FAHA, José Biller, MD, FACP, FAAN, FAHA The Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases is published bi-monthly. It includes original papers on stroke and cerebrovascular diseases, as well as review articles, controversies, methods and technical notes and selected case reports. Its editorial mission is to focus on prevention and

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Find an Event

Community Events are hosted by volunteers around the U.S. donating their time to raise awareness and funds for stroke in their community. We’re pleased provide support to these individuals and appreciate their support. 2018 Comeback Trail 5K Series The Comeback Trail 5K Series represents the journey of recovery for the stroke community, dedicated to raising