National Stroke Week Highlights
There were over 2,000 registrants from across the country!
So many different organisations got involved – ensuring the F.A.S.T. (Face, Arms, Speech and Time) message got out there in the community - from Coles Distribution Centres to Royal Flying Doctors Service and Universities.
Given Covid-19 restrictions, everyone embraced the online resources and the personalised posters (check them out below):
Prime Minister Scott Morrison even shared the F.A.S.T. message and was the first PM in the history of National Stroke Week to do so.
Everyone got creative and had some fun in how they shared the F.A.S.T. message. This one really got us going, check out the hilarious video from Shoalhaven Hospital, NSW below
Brisbane Boys College raised vital funds for the Paediatric Stroke Project by selling cookies. A huge thanks to Brisbane Boys' College for your support!
Inspiring young Tasmanian stroke survivors loved the opportunity to have a personalised poster developed for them.
Social media posts from National Stroke Week 2020
We know this is only a small snapshot of all the amazing messages and events that were shared and took place during National Stroke Week. Whatever you did to help raise awareness, whether big or small, on behalf of Stroke Foundation, we are truly grateful to every single one of you for sharing this life-saving message.
Over 2,000 Stroke Week events took place across Australia and we thank you for your generous and passionate efforts. Thank you to the community groups and businesses, health professionals and volunteers that shared their F.A.S.T. Hero stories and their super F.A.S.T. Hero photos from their events!