Get to Know Stroke Nurse Navigator-Brooke Medel


https://youtu.be/p042m3p3p_A Know Stroke Podcast Season 2 Episode 5 Interview with Brooke Medel- Stroke Nurse Navigator at UConnHealth Navigator: one that navigates or is qualified to navigate. Who are some people that come to mind when you think of navigators? Most navigators have personality traits of wanting to help others achieve their goals. Brooke Medel is a …

Interview with Dr. Carolyn Brown, Founder of StrokeOT


Dr Brown first assisted us with the Next Step Forward Program back in May 2020. Dr Brown is a clinically certified occupational therapist with over 25 years experience in neurological and orthopedic rehabilitation and is the founder of StrokeOT.org

What Moved You in May?


May is Stroke Awareness Month Here’s Why it Matters to Me David Dansereau I’m always renewed in May.  Not necessarily because the days are longer and the sun a bit brighter and warmer as we emerge back and get out again cautiously from our isolation, but that certainly helps too.  I’m renewed each May 1st …

Introducing Our Know Stroke Podcast


Launching in May! Visit Enable4Us.com Here to Help Our Enable4Us and KnowStroke Communities! Here’s What We Are Building! We’ll be expanding upon the success and outreach of our Next Step Forward Program we launched in May 2000 during the height of the pandemic. Our new podcast goal is to get you caught up on the …

Next Step Forward: Here’s What You May Have Missed!


Next Step Forward: We Are Growing! Join Us for Week 3 We are passing the half way point this Friday for our Enable Us Next Step Forward Program with our kickoff throughout Stroke Awareness Month. If you missed our program launch announcement you can read about Enable Us here. If you missed a previous session, …

Don’t put off vital stroke and cardiovascular care!


Doctors Warn Not To Ignore Signs Of Heart Attack, Stroke Amid Coronavirus Pandemic WBZ Ch 4 Boston highlighted a disturbing trend earlier this week that area hospitals are reporting- “Doctors say they have seen a dramatic decrease in the number of stroke, heart attack, and other patients who would normally fill emergency departments.” Next Step …