Tools for stroke prevention, treatment and recovery, all in one place. Help yourself – and your patients.
Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics
The 2022 Statistical Update is a major source for monitoring cardiovascular health, risk factors, and disease in the U.S. and global population. It serves as a valuable resource for researchers, clinicians, healthcare policy makers, media professionals, the public and others who seek the best national data available on disease morbidity, mortality and risks; quality of care; medical procedures and operations; and costs associated with the management of these diseases.
- On average, someone in the U.S. dies of stroke every 3 minutes and 30 seconds.
- 47% of U.S. adults are estimated to have hypertension.
- Stroke accounts for 17.2% of total cardiovascular disease deaths.
2019 Acute Ischemic Stroke Guidelines + Stroke Simulation Scenarios + Stroke Warning Signs + EMS Training Courses
The sooner the treatment, the better the chance for recovery. Use our tools to teach a F.A.S.T. response.
Stroke Rehab Guidelines, Making Informed Rehab Decisions + Self-Care + Emotional Support
Surviving a stroke is just the beginning. Tools to support survivors, their loved ones and caregivers.
Stroke Family Warmline connects patients and families to support and information from ASA team members. Call 1-888-4-STROKE to reach our Warmline team.
Support Network joins patients and caregivers in an online community of sharing.
Tips for Daily Living Library lets survivors to share ideas for overcoming post-stroke lifestyle challenges.
Lifelong Learning Center
Continuing education and the latest evidence-based science for quality care.
The Stroke Council advances the science of stroke prevention, treatment and recovery through research and education.
Get With The Guidelines® - Stroke is a hospital-based program that supports continuous quality improvement and helps ensure adherence to the latest evidence-based treatment guidelines.
Target: Stroke℠ supports hospital teams' efforts to improve stroke outcomes through door-to-needle (DTN) times of 60 minutes or less.