September 12-13, 2016
Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa
For more information, contact Shannon Miyazaki at
email@example.com or 808-833-8880
For more information, visit www.StrokeAssociation.org/StrokeHero
American Stroke Month 2016
Messaging and Campaign Activation Toolkit- Healthcare Professionals
Thank you for supporting American Stroke Month in May. As a healthcare professional, you are the health influencers who make close connections with your community. You build relationships and promote lifestyle changes. You are stroke heroes and we need you to help us teach America that:
Most strokes are preventable.
- 80% of strokes are preventable.
- What’s good for your heart is good for your brain.
Stroke is largely treatable.
- The faster you are treated, the more likely you are to recover without permanent disability.
- Most patients must be evaluated and treated within 3 to 4.5 hours of symptom onset.
The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association humbly ask that you share the resources within this toolkit in your patient and staff networks in effort to support our mission building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Together, we can end stroke!
Even MORE tools available at www.strokeassociation.org/strokehero and www.strokeassociation.org/resources. And check back on May 16 for the Acute Ischemic Stroke Toolkit especially for health care professionals!
Our Office Has Moved
Our New Location at
Diamond Head Health Center:
Developmental Disabilities Division
Community Resources Branch
3627 Kilauea Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
Neurotrauma Helpline (Oahu): 733-2155
Send:Neurotrauma E-mail Messages
BRAIN HEALTH – Administration for Community Living
This webpage offers evidence-based resources that can help professionals, older adults, and people with disabilities promote brain health. You can use the resources to educate yourself and others.
- Brain Health Basics. Learn and teach others about the risks related to brain health and how to reduce them.
- Brain Injury. Learn and teach others about how to prevent brain injury and how to get help if you do have one.
- Dementia. Learn how to create “dementia-capable” long-term services and supports at the state and local levels to help people who have Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia.
ADVISORY BOARD MEETINGS
|DATE:||August 26, 2016|
|TIME:||1:30 – 4:00 pm|
|LOCATION:||Video Conference Center
Honolulu: Kalanimoku Bldg., 1151 Punchbowl Street, Basement
Hilo: State Office Building, 75 Aupuni St., Basement
Lihue: State Office Building, 3060 Eiwa St.
Wailuku: ICSD Wailuku Video Conference Center, 54 S. High St.
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Click to view past meeting’s Minutes
What We Do
- We maintain a Statewide Telephone Helpline for information and referral.
- Provide assistance to neurotrauma injury survivors and their families to identify and obtain access to services.
- Maintain a Neurotrauma website providing information on frequently asked questions, resources on the various islands and a current calendar of events.
- Produce and distribute a quarterly Neurotrauma newsletter. Call or e-mail us to join our mailing list! We provide educational and public awareness sessions and materials, through partnerships with other public and private organizations.
- Provide administrative and technical support to the State TBI and Neurotrauama Advisory Boards.
- Coordinate and monitor the Neurotrauma Special Fund. Assess the needs and concerns of neurotrauma injury survivors, their families, service providers, and other community stakeholders in order to develop the most responsive system of supports.