Stroke Awareness Celebration 5.2.13
Katie Carpenter, Interactive Producer for Transforming Health | 04.30.13
Stroke: A Panel Presentation, Discussion, and Health Fair
In honor of National Stroke Awareness Month, you are invited to an evening of celebration and education hosted by The Stroke Survivors Club.
Thursday, May 02, 2013 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
675 Good Drive Lancaster, PA 17601
This event will be held in the main dining room at the Lancaster Rehabilitation Hospital.
Anyone who has had a stroke, a family member, or any community member who has an interest in learning about stroke are welcome to this event.
- Dr. Venkatachalam Mangeshkumar, M.D. Neurologist Neurology Stroke Associates "Stroke Care and Prevention"
- Dr. Jon Bentz, Ph.D. Neuropsychologist Neuropsychology Specialists "Connecting the Stroke Community"
RSVP by calling 1-888-LGH-INFO (544-4636). Space is limited. Call today!
Every 40 seconds. That’s how often a stroke is estimated to occur in the United States. Without warning, blood flow to the brain is blocked and with each passing second precious brain tissue is lost. There is good news. If you know the warning signs and what to do when seconds count, the effects of a stroke can be minimized or, in some cases, prevented. Watch: When Seconds Count
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