The following links will connect you to materials that provide information about stroke. Materials include stroke facts, tips on how to recognize the signs and symptoms of stroke, action items on what to do in the event of stroke, and information on ways to reduce the risk of stroke.
Follow the links to view the materials and download a copy. We encourage you to share these materials with your family and friends. All materials are available free of charge and can be distributed, both in print and electronic formats.
View the campaign poster here.
The campaign brochure can be accessed here which contains information on what a stroke is, the signs and symptoms of stroke, and steps you can take to prevent a stroke.
View the brochure here.
View this placemat with word games to get you familiar with the signs and symptoms of stroke.
View the placemat here.
Download this printable tent card and help educate your friends, family, and coworkers about how to recognize a stroke and what steps to take in the event of a stroke.
View the tent card here.
This bookmark is a great resource to keep close at hand to remind you of the need to act fast at the first sign of stroke.
View the bookmark here.
View this convenient wallet card that reminds you to act FAST at the first sign of stroke.
View the campaign wallet card here.
Click on the links below to check out the facts sheets that were created as part of this campaign.
Learn what a stroke is and brush up on the latest statistics on stroke.
Stroke Fact Sheet
Your Risk of Stroke
Learn about what changes you can make to reduce your risk of stroke.
Your Risk of Stroke Fact Sheet
Know Your Numbers
Learn about how high blood pressure can increase your risk of stroke.
Know Your Numbers Fact Sheet
Women and Stroke
Learn about the additional risk factors that women face in regards to stroke.
Women and Stroke Fact Sheet
Get Your Cholesterol Checked
Learn how you can reduce your risk of stroke by knowing your cholesterol levels.
Cholersterol Fact Sheet
Learn how smoking can increase your risk of stroke.
Prevent Stroke Fact Sheet
Past Campaign Materials
These resources are provided for informational purposes only and are not intended to be, or to serve as a substitute for professional medical advice, examination, diagnosis or treatment.
Always talk to your doctor or other qualified healthcare provider about any questions you may have regarding your health or a specific medical condition. In the case of an emergency call 9-1-1.