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This infographic will help you understand what technology is available to support stroke prevention, recovery and adapting to life after a stroke. View Spanish Version
This infographic will help you understand what technology is available to support stroke prevention, recovery and adapting to life after a stroke. View English Version
Aphasia affects a person’s ability to communicate,not their intellect. People with aphasia—and countless others—face barriers to communication on a daily basis.
Raise awareness accurately by disseminating the latest stroke statistics.
With so much conflicting information out there, how do you know what healthy eating really looks like? Let’s clear up some of the myths about what healthy eating looks like. Source American Heart Association Materials healthyforgood.heart.org Audience Consumers and Patients, Health Care Professionals, Leadership Community Members, Media, Policymakers, Public Health Professionals, Researchers, Other Content Type
This infographic compares the different types of anticoagulants and provides tips for taking charge of your health. Download now to learn more about how anticoagulants can help you control your risk for stroke.
Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury can have similar effects. Do you know the difference? © 2016
Although there is no cure for spasticity, through a combination of treatments and therapies, people who experience the symptoms of spasticity may be able to return to their normal daily routines. Untreated spasticity can lead to increased disability, increased burden on caregivers and many other complications. Learn more about the symptoms, management strategies and treatment
This infographic explains the symptoms and causes of Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA), helps you distinguish PBA from depression, and gives some helpful tips for managing this common post-stroke condition.
The survey of more than 1,200 physicians, patients with Afib, stroke survivors with Afib, and their caregivers aimed to measure the following: Awareness of Afib and stroke Determine baseline understanding of risk factors Identify barriers to communication between patients’ caregivers and providers
The past 30 years have brought many important events in the world of stroke. Learn more about everything National Stroke Association and others have been doing to reduce the incidence and impact of stroke.
Created for Dysphagia Awareness Week, this infographic describes the symptoms, complications, and treatment options often associated with post-stroke dysphagia. © 2015