F.A.S.T. – Warning Signs of Stroke
Use this resource to support conversations with people with aphasia and ESL patients about the most common warning signs of stroke and the importance of seeking medical attention quickly. The title is editable and there is an extra page to add details unique to your clinical setting if necessary.

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