A resource guide for stroke survivors, their loved ones and caregivers. Find out how to spot the warning signs and symptoms of a stroke. Learn how you can support patients in seeking treatment and recovery from stroke.
A Resource for
Stroke Survivors and
A stroke occurs when there is a disruption of blood flow to the brain.
There are 2 main types of stroke: ‘Blocked Artery’ and ‘Burst Artery’.
The brain and is divided into several areas that control different functions.
Every patient is affected by stroke differently.
Learn how to spot a stroke F.A.S.T.
Stroke patients are usually admitted for further investigation and treatment.
Monitoring, screening, investigations, medications and hospital procedures.
Rehabilitation and discharge care plans for stroke patients.
Medical and lifestyle strategies reduce risk of another stroke.
High blood pressure, high cholesterol and other risk factors within our control.
Age, gender and other risk factors that are beyond our control.
Use the log book to track and monitor your health.
Government agencies and social enterprises ready to help.
Difficulty thinking and other ways stroke may affect your life.
Contractures and other complications after a stroke.
Rehabilitation benefits most patients after a stroke.
An initiative of the Stroke Services Improvement (SSI) team in collaboration with all public hospitals in Singapore.
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