Healthcare Partners to Strike Out Stroke

6/26/2015, 9:30 AM - 11:30 PM
Location: First Methodist Church of Newnan Annex Building located in the Bank of America
17 Greenville Street Newnan Georgia

HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Newnan partners with Home Helpers Home Care, Piedmont Newnan, Advanced Care Transportation Express and Goldberg Estate Planning to host Strike Out Stroke™, an educational workshop on how to reduce the risk for stroke and how to live life to the fullest when faced with stroke. The workshop will take place on Friday, June 26 from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. at the First Methodist Church of Newnan Annex Building located in the Bank of America, 17 Greenville Street, Newnan, Georgia, 2nd floor.

Strike Out Stroke™ is a non-profit dedicated to stroke awareness and education. According to the organization, the amount of people who suffer from stroke every year, totaling about 800,000 victims, could fill roughly 15 major league baseball stadiums. Many of these strokes are preventable and life after stroke can be drastically improved through education and awareness. Thinking F.A.S.T. (Face, Arm, Speech and Time) is a simple but highly effective way to determine if someone is having a stroke and get them help right away—critical to their survival and shortened recovery time.

Speakers at the workshop include HealthSouth Newnan Director of Marketing Jeanie Thomas LMSW, CCM, Director of Therapy Operations Kent Buchanan DPT, MBA, ATC, Piedmont Newnan Stroke Program Manager Debbie Camp RN, MHA, CCM, SCRN, Elder Law Attorney Bob Goldberg and Home Helper Owner of Georgia and Alabama Beth Dow CAEd, CSA, Geriatric Case Manager.

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