National Stroke Week 2020

27 August 2020


National Stroke Week 2020

This year National Stroke Week will be held from Monday 31 August to Sunday 6 September 2020.

The event will celebrate everyday Australians who know and can recognise the signs of stroke (our F.A.S.T. Heros!).

Across Australia, F.A.S.T. Heroes can save lives, by knowing and recognising the F.A.S.T. (Face, Arms, Speech, Time) signs of stroke and calling an ambulance immediately. They also know that stroke is always a medical emergency, and is time-critical.

The Stroke Foundation will be teaming up with Western Australia's Aboriginal Brain Injury Coordinators. They will be sharing F.A.S.T. posters and magnets and will be presenting and talking about the F.A.S.T. message. Click here to read the media release.

For further information about National Stroke Week, and to learn how to become a F.A.S.T. Hero, visit the Stroke Foundation website here.

Kiera Perrin NCWA Neurocare Nurse with Aboriginal Brain Injury Coordinators

Aboriginal Brain Injury Coordinators, Renee Speedy and Rebecca Clinch with Kiera Perrin (centre) Neurocare integrated neurological nurse.