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Abingdon,  MD 21009






Please read the following 3 steps in order to register for on-line stroke support. 
Step 1:  Register

To register, click here Please DO NOT use your email address for your login name!    

Step 2:

In order to screen out the many spam and other fraudulent registration forms we receive each day we have a double-check validation process. 

First, we email you, almost immediately, at the email address you submitted on your registration form.  If you click the validation link inside our email message, then this verifies your email address with us and we move to the second check of the validation process. 

Second, we compare your personal information to White Pages Pro.  If your name, home address and telephone number match, then we approve your registration.  Providing false information will delay your registration. 

Once registration is approved, you can immediately start using all of the free features of The Stroke Network message board (known as StrokeNet). This includes numerous stroke support forums, daily chat sessions, a free personal blog, a free on-line gallery to store and publish photographs, plus all of the links found under the Community and Quick Links dropdown menus located on the message board. 

Step 3:  Learn

You might want to visit our Basic and Advanced Help section before you venture very far on the message board.  The Help sections can definitely make your experiences on the message board much more pleasant!  Help is located on the message board at the top of the page.  The message board consists of 30+ support forums for stroke survivors and stroke caregivers.   We also have chat sessions scheduled almost every day.  This is a good time to get immediate answers to questions, or to just socialize.  Start and maintain a blog of things going on in your life.  Post your photograph in our gallery. 

Stroke Warning Signs

Sudden numbness or weakness of the face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the body

Sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding

Sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes

Sudden trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance or coordination

Sudden, severe headache with no known cause

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