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For Stroke Survivors & Caregivers | Resources for Treatment, Therapy, Research & More

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We evaluated online resources for stroke survivors and their caregivers in the U.S., and think we’ve come up with the some of the most helpful.

Follow the links below to find information on treatment, research, therapy options, clinical trials, caregiver tips and more.

  • National Stroke Association – Offers public information about a wide range of speech, language, and hearing disabilities in both children and adults; packed with educational information about treatment and recovery.
  • American Stroke Association – This division of the American Heart Association offers support, research, and lots of information.
  • NIH / National Institute of Neurological Disorders & Stroke – Information and support services for patients and their families.
  • Centers for Disease Control | Stroke – Comprehensive information and support services for those with stroke and their families.
  • The Brain Attack Coalition – Representing medical, scientific, advocacy, and government professionals from across the stroke continuum, the Coalition is dedicated to setting direction, advancing knowledge, and communicating best practices to improve our ability to prevent and combat stroke.
  • National Alliance of Family Caregivers – Supports families & caregivers of adults with debilitating health conditions. Offers programs & consultation on caregiving issues at local, state & nat’l levels. Offers free publications & support online, including nat’l directory of publicly funded support programs.

What other stroke resources would you recommend? Tell us in the comments below.

Topics: Stroke, Tips for Survivors

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