Movilidad después de un ataque cerebrovascular
Take Steps Against Recurrent Stroke (STARS) by making the necessary changes in your life. For stroke survivors, this STARS brochure is a great place to start. © 2018
Moving around safely and easily is not something you may think about, until you have had a stroke. Each year more than 795,000 people in the United States suffer strokes. As a result, many of these survivors have paralysis and/or balance problems. Statistics show that 40 percent of all stroke survivors suffer serious falls within
Explaining Stroke is a practical step-by-step booklet that explains how a stroke happens, different types of stroke and how to prevent a stroke. Many people think a stroke happens in the heart, but it actually happens in the brain. © 2018 View Spanish Version.
Recorded Live Tuesday, June 20, 2017 Now Available On Demand About the Program Pseudobulbar affect (PBA) causes sudden, unpredictable episodes of crying or laughing that seem overreactive or out of place. Often confused with depression, PBA occurs when a neurologic conditions or brain injury (like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, ALS, dementia, multiple sclerosis or stroke) disrupts signals
Este folleto lo ayudará a comprender mejor la AFib para ayudarlo a controlarla y reducir el riesgo de un ataque cerebrovascular.
¿Quieres evitar el ACV? La mayoría de las personas tiene factores de riesgo que son evitables. Aprende mas cómo reducir su riesgo de ACV. Ver en Inglés.
Many stroke survivors experience Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA) after a stroke. This condition can be difficult to diagnose and can have a profound effect on stroke survivors. Learn more about this common post-stroke condition and how to manage it. © 2015
Up to 80 percent of strokes are preventable by working to manage personal risk. Learn about how to reduce risk and how to recognize and respond to stroke symptoms. Also available in Spanish. © 2015
Learn whether you are eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), plus discover SSDI benefits, how to apply, tips for financial planning, and more in this indispensable guide. © 2015
Getting a good night’s sleep is an important part of stroke recovery, yet sleep problems are common among stroke survivors. © 2015
Learn about clinical trials and what to expect. Knowing all you can about clinical trials can help you better decide whether or not to take part in one. © 2015
As the primary caregiver for a stroke survivor, you are a very important part of the recovery process. While this role can be very rewarding, it can also be challenging. This brochure will help you during the recovery journey, with tips on how to improve well-being for both your loved one and you. © 2012
Explicando el ataque cerebrovascular es un folleto práctico paso a paso que explica cómo sucede un ataque cerebrovascular, los diferentes tipos y cómo prevenirlo. © 2014 View English Version
This brochure will help you get a better understanding of AFib to help you manage it and reduce your stroke risk. Spanish Version
Making the AFib-Stroke Connection is a patient-friendly brochure that covers basic AFib and stroke definitions, treatment options, tips for managing anxiety and what family and friends should know about AFib and stroke.
This brochure helps you understand the connection between diabetes and stroke, recognize the risk factors, and take steps to stay healthy. © 2013
Get the facts about your Medicare insurance options. © 2013
Get the most out of your medications with information about filling and refilling prescriptions, talking with doctors and pharmacies, overcoming cost barriers, and tracking and organizing single or multiple medications. © 2012
Vision loss can be both a symptom and result of a stroke. Temporary vision loss can be a sign of impending stroke and requires immediate medical attention. Learn about how stroke may affect vision and what to do about it. © 2012
This is a brochure to aid in talking to patients about Afib and Stroke. View more about these resources.
This brochure explains why African-Americans are at a higher risk for stroke and what they can do about it. © 2011
Don’t ignore a TIA or mini-stroke just because the symptoms go away within 24 hours. Here’s why. © 2018
The Spanish version of the Steps Against Recurrent Stroke (STARS) brochure. © 2009
Sigue estas instrucciones para prepararse con un conocimiento de síntomas y factores de riesgo de un ataque cerebrovascular. © 2005