Stroke Education Website gets New Look

The National Stroke Association recently announced it now has a redesigned  website at

If you get a moment check out their brand-new stroke education site and watch the video recorded by their CEO, Jim Baranski announcing the website unveiling.

I find the new website much more accessible, and there are some new ways you can get involved online.  For example, I’ve already registered for their new Stroke Advocacy Network and when you go to the new site you can also sign up for a upcoming free webinar to launch the new network.

Overall, I believe the new site will make it easier for people to get involved in this important stroke education and awareness cause through the addition of the new social media components and better search capabilities.  By the way, now you can even easily search for my mobility articles from past issues of their publication, Stroke Smart Magazine here.

P.S. -Be sure to register  for their upcoming Virtual Health Fair where you can learn virtually anything about stroke. It’s open to anyone interested in prevention and recovery. Read more and register now – space is limited!

Stroke Website review by David Dansereau for

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Licensed Physical Therapist, Nutritionist and Author in private consulting practice at PTC Physical Therapy Consulting and SmartMovesPT. is my blog and members resource to raise stroke awareness and educate the public about reducing stroke risk as well as provide tips, tools and review new technologies for stroke recovery. Learn about my book, Body in Balance sold on Amazon at

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