Welcome To Stroke Talks

Stroke Talks

Raising stroke awareness is crucial not only to educate people about the common warning signs and risk factors of stroke, but also to bring attention to rare causes of stroke, such as carotid webbing, which can be difficult to diagnose but can be treated with surgery to prevent future strokes, emphasizing the importance of timely and accurate diagnosis.

Help Me Bring Awareness

Join Me in the Fight Against Stroke: Empowering People to Know the Signs and Take Action

Our mission is to raise awareness about stroke and empower people to take charge of their health and well-being. Our founder, Sybil, was an unlikely candidate to suffer a stroke. She was young, healthy, low stress, and had no commonly associated triggers of stroke.

However, due to a rare cause, she suffered a severe stroke that changed her life forever. Now, Sybil is on a mission to bring awareness and save lives by sharing her story and providing resources and support to stroke survivors and their families. Join us in our journey to promote stroke prevention, early detection, and timely treatment, and to inspire hope, resilience, and recovery after stroke.

Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals, bring awareness, save lives, and provide a place of peer-to-peer support for stroke warriors, loved ones, and anyone who may want to learn more about strokes. Your generous donation will fund our mission.


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Stroke Talks support meetups provide a safe and inclusive space for stroke survivors and their loved ones to share their experiences and connect with others who understand.


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Discover the latest in stroke care on our Stroke Talks News page, featuring cutting-edge research, transformative technologies, and global healthcare initiatives. Explore breakthroughs in treatment, from advanced medical devices to innovative rehabilitation, sourced from curated articles and media. Stay informed as we spotlight the intersection of technology and healthcare, reshaping outcomes for those affected by strokes.


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Quick Action and Comprehensive Care Save Sybil After Rare Stroke
Stroke left her with some ‘snazzy neck jewelry’


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