Understanding Stroke: Prevention, Symptoms, and Actions to Take
Did you know that stroke is the leading cause of disability in the U.S., but is also a leading preventable cause of disability?
Sharing Active Independent Lives (SAIL) and Oakwood Village invite you to attend a presentation by Dr. E. Luke Bradbury, a neurologist specializing in rapid evaluation and treatment of patients with acute strokes and stroke-like symptoms, from the UW Health Stroke Clinic.
Dr. Bradbury will discuss prevention, stroke warning signs, and how to help someone experiencing stroke symptoms. He will answer questions including the causes, warning signs, and ways to assess your own stroke risk.
Date: October 3, 2017
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Location: Arts Center, Oakwood Village University Woods
6209 Mineral Point Road
This event is free and open to the public.
For more information, call (608) 230-4321 or email email@example.com or click here to register online.
Members Share Good Food and Friendship
This week SAIL Members joined together for a delightful evening at member Janice Gary’s home—thank you, Janice!
Janice and Karen Peterson, member group leaders, hosted a pizza potluck dinner so members could take in Janice’s 15 flower gardens, and enjoy fellowship, good food, and interesting conversations (we even found out one member was actually a friend of Audrey Hepburn!)
Janice did a super job sharing tips and information about her recent hip surgery and recovery experiences and how friends, neighbors, and others including SAIL members and staff helped her out.
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