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Patient Resources

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society
http://www.nationalmssociety.org/
MS symptoms can vary from person to person. Learn about MS symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options. Resources, support and research opportunities can also be found on this site.
 
American Heart Association – My Life Check®
http://www.heart.org/mylifecheck
Any person can make improvements to his or her health with seven simple steps. Learn about the American Heart Association’s “Simple 7”, find out how healthy your heart is and learn more about health conditions that affect your heart, including cholesterol, diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke and more.
 
American Parkinson Disease Association
http://www.apdaparkinson.org/
Information, resources and support is available for patients and caregivers living with Parkinson's Disease. 
 
Epilepsy Foundation Northwest
https://www.epilepsynw.org/
Learn about epilepsy, find information about support and networking groups, and view upcoming events in Washington State.
 
Alzheimer's Association
http://www.alz.org/
Learn about the warning signs of Alzheimer's and questions to answer before you visit the doctor. The site includes helpful  information about risk factors, diagnosis and Alzheimer's myths.

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
http://www.ninds.nih.gov/
This site provides in-depth information on a wide range of neurologic conditions and disorders.

Know Stroke
http://stroke.nih.gov/materials/knowstrokevideo.htm 
Learn stroke symptoms, test your stroke knowledge and find information about clinical trials.
 
American Headache Foundation
www.headaches.org
Learn about causes, treatments and preventative tips for migraine headaches. Resources, including headache charts, and tips for improved communication between you and your doctor, are available on this website.

Skagit Regional Health Stroke Support Group
A stroke support group is offered on the last Friday of each month from noon to 1 p.m. at Skagit Valley Hospital. This free group is open to survivors, their loved-ones and care-takers. Click to learn more!