For Stroke Family Caregivers

Caring for Your Loved One and Yourself

Caregivers Deserve Our Appreciation

A stroke survivor’s family is often the most important source of long-term support during recovery and rehabilitation. Taking care of yourself is equally as important. The following information and resources can help you take care of yourself and make your life easier.  

  Caregiver Guide   Caregiver Resources

Download free resources, including the Caregiver Guide to Stroke, which provides practical tips and information for caregivers, a Stroke Discharge Checklist, Home Care Information Sheet and more!
  Share Your Caregiving Tips  

Share Your Caregiving Tips

Do you have tips for other caregivers or stroke survivors? Share your tips to be featured on our Tips for Daily Living Library and ASA Facebook!

               
  Learn More About Health Care Reform   Health Care Reform
  Download the F.A.S.T. Mobile App   Download the F.A.S.T. Mobile App

Caregivers need to be prepared in an emergency. Download the free F.A.S.T. mobile app so you can recognize and respond to the sudden signs of a stroke.


Find and Give Support

Visit our Support Network today

When faced with challenges recovering after heart disease or stroke, it’s important to have emotional support. That is why we created a network to connect patients and loved ones with others during their journey. 

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