Stroke is a leading cause of disability in the United States. According to the American Stroke Association, stroke statistics indicate that nearly 700,000 Americans suffer from new or recurrent strokes each year. Although many functional abilities may be restored soon after a stroke, recovery is an ongoing process.
This class is for stroke survivors and their loved ones. The program encourages survivors to take control of their life, their health and their recovery. Learn how to prevent a secondary stroke from occurring:
This 4 session class is generally held on consecutive Mondays twice a year from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. in the Community Room, Suite 2400 at John P. Murtha Neuroscience and Pain Institute in Conemaugh East Hills. There is no charge. Light refreshments are served.
Your blood pressure is checked at every session. You will receive a free blood pressure cuff upon completion of the program and attendance at all 4 sessions.
For more information, please call 814-269-5232