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Stroke Risk Scorecard

To become more familiar with your personal risk for stroke, National Stroke Association developed an easy-to-use tool called a Stroke Risk Scorecard. The Scorecard provides an idea of a person’s stroke risk. Once the scorecard is completed, discuss the results with a doctor, who will help assess the risk factors and help manage and/or treat

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Spasticity after Stroke Checklist

Spasticity is one of the most common post-stroke conditions. If left untreated spasticity can cause bone and joint deformities that are painful and debilitating. More than half of all stroke survivors do not seek treatment for spasticity. Print the spasticity checklist and take it to your healthcare provider to discuss if you are experiencing symptoms

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Bleeding Risk Shared Decision Tool

This decision-making tool is designed to help you work with your healthcare team to make the best decisions about treating AFib with an anticoagulant medication. Using this tool, you can work with your doctor to determine whether you are a good candidate for this medication. You can also better understand the possible side effects, including

hidden Return to Work Discussion Guide

Return to Work Discussion Guide

The questions in this discussion guide will help group participants explore how stroke survivors can take advantage of available incentives as they focus on finding and maintaining employment. © 2015

hidden Post-stroke Checklist for Survivors and Caregivers

Post-stroke Checklist for Survivors and Caregivers

National Stroke Association has developed a companion checklist for stroke survivors and caregivers. The Post-stroke Checklist for Survivors and Caregivers can help you address challenges you might forget during an appointment and issues you might not know are related to your stroke or that are embarrassing to bring up. © 2014