Stroke: Think F.A.S.T

Learn to recognise the early warning signs of a stroke so you can tend to the stroke victim swiftly, potentially minimising the risk of permanent damage.

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When it comes to stroke recognition, fast and early response can minimise the risk of permanent damage and may help to save lives. 

How to Recognise a Stroke: Think FAST


Once someone has had a stroke, the risk of suffering another stroke becomes higher. At any time, you may witness a stroke in a family member, friend, or a stranger.

Time is of the essence in treating a stroke. Learn to spot the early warning signs of stroke and know what actions to take.

FAST Stands for Stroke Response Actions:
Face drooping
Arm weakness
Speech difficulty
Time to call 995


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For more information on stroke symptoms, response, and treatment, visit StrokeHub.

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