|Spread the Word
- Our World Stroke Day posters are designed to be printed and displayed anywhere people gather. Use them to help to direct your audiences to local information and support as well as to the World Stroke Campaign website.
- Make sure you are following the World Stroke Campaign on Facebook and twitter. If you have an active online community, get them ready to blog, tweet and post their stories of stroke recovery. Make sure you tag your posts with the 2018 official #UpAgainAfterStroke hashtag. The toolkit provides ready-made resources to help.
- Use your website to help spread the word about World Stroke Day. Digital banners in a range of sizes have been designed help highlight World Stroke Day and link World Stroke Campaign web page.
Support Survivors and Caregivers
Our brochure focuses on the challenges of life after stroke and some of the practical ways in which patients and caregivers can get #UpAgainAfterStroke. Print them out and share along with information about local sources of support. Use the campaign to highlight local services and resources too!
Campaign Resources in Translation
The World Stroke Day Toolkit in English and Portuguese is available to download now. French, Spanish, German, Russian and Chinese translations are on the way. If you would like to support translation into another language and has some design capacity to produce local materials, we would be delighted to provide the files you need. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Influence the future
We are working on our forward strategy for the World Stroke Campaign and want to make sure it reflects the priorities and needs of our members and stakeholders. We’ve developed an online questionnaire to gather experiences of the campaign over the past three years and how you would like us to work in future. Please complete this by October 5th.