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How to add a frame to your Facebook Page's profile picture for National Stroke Week

Go to www.facebook.com/profilepicframes 
Search for National Stroke Week or I'm a F.A.S.T. Hero and add a frame to your profile photo for National Stroke Week.

Shelagh's Facebook profile photo with a Stroke Week frame

Download the National Stroke Week social media kit document here 

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How to share on Facebook

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How to share on Facebook

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We can all be F.A.S.T. Heroes! ✊ This National Stroke Week (Aug 31-Sept 6) Stroke Foundation is urging Australians from all walks of life to become the next generation of F.A.S.T. Heroes. 🦸 A F.A.S.T. hero is anyone who can help save a life simply by knowing how to recognise the F.A.S.T. (Face. Arms. Speech and Time) signs of stroke. 🦹 When a stroke happens, brain cells start dying at a frightening rate of up to 1.9 million per minute, but medical treatments can stop this damage. 🧠 The message is simple – Time is brain. The faster you can be treated after stroke, the more chance you have of making a full recovery. https://bit.ly/3fc8dMb #strokeweek2020 Link is in the bio!

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We can all be F.A.S.T. Heroes! ✊ This National Stroke Week (Aug 31-Sept 6) Stroke Foundation is urging Australians from all walks of life to become the next generation of F.A.S.T. Heroes. 🦸 A F.A.S.T. hero is anyone who can help save a life simply by knowing how to recognise the F.A.S.T. (Face. Arms. Speech and Time) signs of stroke. 🦹 When a stroke happens, brain cells start dying at a frightening rate of up to 1.9 million per minute, but medical treatments can stop this damage. 🧠 The message is simple – Time is brain. The faster you can be treated after stroke, the more chance you have of making a full recovery. https://bit.ly/3fc8dMb #strokeweek2020 Link is in the bio!

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