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  • You're the Cure Community Site Training IL, IN & MN

    You've seen the site, now learn the details! We just launched the next generation of the You're the Cure website, and it's centered around you (yes, you!). The new site is customized for every advocate based on what issues matters most to you, where you live, who is a part of your community...
  • You're the Cure Community Site Training - IL, IN & MN

    You've seen the site, now learn the details! We just launched the next generation of the You're the Cure website, and it's centered around you (yes, you!). The new site is customized for every advocate based on what issues matters most to you, where you live, who is a part of your community...
  • You're the Cure Community Site Training - IL, IN & MN

    You've seen the site, now learn the details! We just launched the next generation of the You're the Cure website, and it's centered around you (yes, you!). The new site is customized for every advocate based on what issues matters most to you, where you live, who is a part of your community...
  • You're the Cure Community Site Training - IL, IN & MN

    You've seen the site, now learn the details! We just launched the next generation of the You're the Cure website, and it's centered around you (yes, you!). The new site is customized for every advocate based on what issues matters most to you, where you live, who is a part of your community...
  • You're the Cure Community Site Training - IL, IN & MN

    You've seen the site, now learn the details! We just launched the next generation of the You're the Cure website, and it's centered around you (yes, you!). The new site is customized for every advocate based on what issues matters most to you, where you live, who is a part of your community...
  • You're the Cure Community Site Training - IL, IN & MN

    You've seen the site, now learn the details! We just launched the next generation of the You're the Cure website, and it's centered around you (yes, you!). The new site is customized for every advocate based on what issues matters most to you, where you live, who is a part of your community...
  • Stroke Survivors Empowering Each Other (SSEEO) invites you to join a teleconference series for stroke survivors, caregivers and healthcare professionals!

    The SSEEO Toll-Free Teleconference Series builds community, provides support and shares information by connecting survivors, caregivers, health professionals and other stroke stakeholders. Many stroke stakeholders use the teleconference series as a lunch and learn, Primary Stroke Center (PSC) community...
  • EMS Press Conference

    PLEASE JOIN US TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR EMS IN ILLINOIS AT A PRESS CONFERENCE IN SPRINGFIELD ON DECEMBER 4 WHAT: Press conference announcing a new coalition to support EMS in IL. The coalition will back legislative efforts to: · Designate EMS as an essential service in Illinois · Secure...
  • SSEEO Teleconference

    Topic: Stroke News and New Stroke Research Presented by Franklin Marden, M.D., F.A.H.A. Interventional Neuroradiologist-Alexian Brothers Health System. Stroke research and breakthroughs! Clinical researchers continue to work on improving the chances that a patient can prevent, or recover optimally, from...
  • Heart360 Get to Goal Latino Kickoff

    Join the American Heart Association as we kick off Heart360-Get to Goal! The Chicago Heart360-Get to Goal Program is dedicated to help Latinos reduce their blood pressure and lower their chances of heart disease and stroke by providing the necessary tools and resources to monitor their blood pressure...
  • Stroke Risk and the Role of Family History and Genetics - SSEEO Event

    Tuesday, September 10th, 12:00-1:00pm central time: Stroke Risk and the Role of Family History and Genetics presented by Charulatha Nagar, MD from Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital. Did your father, mother or grandparent have a stroke? Do you have high blood pressure, cholesterol or C-reactive proteins...
  • Strike Out Stroke

    Please join us in supporting the Strike Out Stroke event on September 15th in collaboration with the Midwest Stroke Action Alliance and Retreat and Refresh. The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is working with the Midwest Stroke Action Alliance and Retreat and Refresh in supporting...
  • SSEEO 8th Annual Conference - After Stroke Comes the Rest of Your Life

    SSEEO 8 th Annual Conference After Stroke, Comes the Rest of Your Life! Saturday, October 5 th , 8am – 12pm Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital 660 N. Westmoreland Rd. (Visitor Entrance) Lake Forest, IL Keynote Speaker « Dale Spencer Don’t Fear...
  • SSEEO - Art Therapies as a Pathway to Stroke Recovery

    Join the members of SSEEO, other stroke survivors, caregivers and family members as we celebrate life and learn new skills through exciting workshops and presentations. For more information or to RSVP: Email: christine@sseeo.org www.sseeo.org Phone: 1-888-988-8047
  • SSEEO - Understanding Financial Resources for Stroke Survivors

    Stroke Survivors Empowering Each Other (SSEEO) invites you to join a lunch and learn series for stroke survivors, caregivers and healthcare professionals! The SSEEO Toll-Free Lunch and Learn Series builds community, provides support and shares information by connecting stroke survivors, caregivers...
  • SSEEO - Planes, Trains and Automobiles…How to Plan a Vacation if You Have a Disability

    Stroke Survivors Empowering Each Other (SSEEO) invites you to join a lunch and learn series for stroke survivors, caregivers and healthcare professionals! The SSEEO Toll-Free Lunch and Learn Series builds community, provides support and shares information by connecting stroke survivors, caregivers...
  • Blog Post: Trick or Treat?

    Candy Corn, Gummy Bears, Peanut Butter Cups, Swedish Fish, Candy Bar, Bubblegum and Cotton Candy… These may sound like treats the neighborhood kids are hoping to pick up when they go trick-or-treating later this month, but they’re actually the tricks used by companies to hook our kids on...
  • Blog Post: Lauren's Law Update

    Schools across Illinois are making great strides towards implementing the Lauren Laman CPR and AED training law, passed earlier this year and signed by Governor Pat Quinn on June 5, 2014. The law makes quality CPR and AED training a required part of the existing, required-for-graduation health curriculum...
  • Blog Post: CDC Report - Heart Disease Still #1 Killer

    When the news broke this week with the latest statistics about the leading causes of death in the United States, we knew the news would be good, and that we’d see a continued decline in heart disease and stroke. And we did! According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), death...
  • Blog Post: A Win for Public Health in Berkeley

    Three-fourths of voters approve tax on sugary drinks! The voters of Berkeley, California, have delivered a big win not only for the health of their children, but children across the country by demonstrating that cities and citizens have the power to initiate positive change. Sugary drinks are...
  • Blog Post: You're the Cure Advocacy Summit - Illinois

    This month we held the first You're the Cure Advocacy Summit in Illinois for our insider advocates, those who reached Champion and Hero rank in the previous fiscal year. Our insiders started the day sharing their stories and their "Life is Why." Then the group reviewed the upcoming...
  • Blog Post: My Story: Jimmy Leiter

    Jimmy Leiter Deerfield, IL I was getting ready to play football during my senior year of high school. I had to see my family doctor to get my physical done, and because of a heart murmur and some other heart issues from when I was younger, the doctor insisted I get an echo. He told me that he wouldn't...
  • Blog Post: You're the Cure Year End Successes, Let's Celebrate!

    It was another banner year for You’re the Cure advocates championing heart and stroke policy change across the country. Year end is a time to look back at what we achieved in states, think ahead to the work still to do, and celebrate the power of volunteers. What did we accomplish last...
  • Blog Post: My Story: Michele Beck

    Michele Beck Glen Ellyn, IL When I was 33 years old, I went to see my doctor and told her that I had pains in my chest and shortness of breath. I am a petite woman and was thin and young. Therefore, my doctor didn't run one heart test. I continued to see her off and on for one more year. Then...
  • Blog Post: Have a Story? Share It with Us!

    Sharing your own personal story is the most effective way to advocate for healthier lives, free of cardiovascular disease and stroke! As you have noticed, the You’re the Cure community site now features pictures and stories of real advocates – people like you whose lives have been impacted...