Stroke E-Resources: Your Stroke Fact Sheet, Post-Stroke Checklist and Stroke Logbook

Empower yourself with information and resources in this stroke e-booklet to help manage yours or your loved one’s stroke recovery journey.

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Online Stroke Booklet for Information on Stroke and Stroke Care

The following e-booklets, aim to provide an understanding of stroke, what you can expect during a hospital stay and proper aftercare for stroke patients.


Stroke Logbook

The stroke logbook aims to help you keep a record and track information which is important for your post-stroke care.

Use the stroke care team, appointment tracker and discharge checklist to keep yourself reminded of key information before returning home from the hospital.

You can use the post-stroke checklist to identify issues you may want to share with your stroke care team. There are monitoring sheets to record your blood pressure and blood test results.

Stroke Logbook (English) [PDF]
Stroke Logbook (Mandarin) [PDF]
Stroke Logbook (Malay) [PDF]
Stroke Logbook (Tamil) [PDF]


Stroke Fact Sheets

We acknowledge that you may have other questions about your condition or your role as a caregiver.

Here is a list of fact sheets with more information about stroke related matters and life after stroke.

Controlling Risk Factor of Stroke
​Rehabilitation after Stroke

​Consequences of Stroke
Social and Leisure Matters after Stroke
  • Cognitive Issues (Coming soon!)​
  • Continence Problems (Coming soon!)​
  • Sexual Intimacy [PDF]
  • Emotional Changes (Coming soon!)​
  • Spasticity​ (Coming soon!)​
For more on stroke, go to StrokeHub

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