The Longmont Stroke Support Group provides information and support to stroke survivors, family members and friends of stroke survivors and all interested parties.  We have all been there, either as a stroke survivor or as a caregiver.  Life is a lot more fragile than we think, something that most of us take for granted.  We know what it's like firsthand to be taken, in the blink of an eye, from our normal lives to a life of shattered dreams and an uncertain outlook, with our physical and emotional reality altered forever.  You never think it will happen to you or someone you love.  We all know people that have heart disease or cancer, but we think a stroke happens to other people, not us.  Stroke can happen to anyone at any age, but never underestimate the power of support.  Our support group meets regularly once a month.  Please feel free to join us! 

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Stroke Facts

Approximately 800,000 strokes will occur this year, one occurring every 40 seconds and taking a life approximately every four minutes. In last decade, there was a 44% spike in the number of young Americans (under the age of 45) hospitalized due to stroke.
Stroke is a "brain attack".

Stroke recovery is a life long process.

​May is National Stroke Awareness Month.