Public Health England in partnership with NHS England and Improvement have relaunched the national “Act F.A.S.T.” stroke campaign across national channels. The campaign is designed to inform the public about the signs of a stroke and to encourage people who recognise any single one of the symptoms of stroke, in themselves or others, to call 999 immediately.
To support your activity, campaign resources can be downloaded now from the PHE Campaign Resource Centre (CRC):
New assets will be added, including translated assets and accessible formats (such as British Sign Language), so do keep checking the page.
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