Tennessee Stroke Rehabilitation Tool

The American Heart Association Tennessee Stroke Systems Task force Rehabilitation Subcommittee has a goal to ensure that every stroke survivor receives the appropriate services to maximize their recovery. The Subcommittee has chosen to address this goal through a new educational tool for case managers and discharge planners in the acute hospital setting. This tool is designed to provide a guide in choosing appropriate services and the most beneficial post-acute setting. The continuum of care for stroke survivors is a complex one, and this tool is an attempt to simplify and explain the rehabilitation options available and appropriate consultation of therapists.

Stroke Rehabilitation Tool


Lobby Day 2013

Advocates Rally in D.C.


You're the Cure on the Hill 2013 brought 300 advocates to Washington, D.C. on April 9 to urge Congress to restore and protect funding for National Institutes of Health and support a Million Hearts high blood pressure campaign. The diverse group of advocates included survivors, researchers, caregivers, young people, and medical professional representing 43 states.

Additionally, the American Heart Association was proud to participate in the National Rally for Medical Research held in Washington, D.C. on April 8. An estimated 3,000 researchers, patients and medical professionals took part in the rally to show their support for a continued investment in National Institutes of Health research. The event program featured two You're the Cure survivor advocates as speakers.

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