Stroke is a preventable disease and studies indicate that 80% of strokes can be prevented. Identifying the risk factors that contribute to stroke can help reduce the likelihood of having a stroke.
Incorporating changes in lifestyle substantially reduce the risk of stroke.
- Quit smoking
- Eat a healthy diet that is low in salt
- Lose weight and maintain it if necessary
- Exercise regularly
- Limit alcohol intake
- See your doctor regularly
Patient Support Group Meetings
Join us as we help stroke survivors, their families and close friends cope with the aftermath of a stroke. This group provides information on stroke recovery, resources and a forum to learn new coping skills and is facilitated by stroke survivor Dana Rivera. Guest speakers include physician specialists, nutrition experts and the rehab team at Providence Saint John’s Health Center.
2018 meetings | 2-3pm
2/2/2018 – Conference Room CSS4
3/2/2018 – CSS1
4/6/2018 – CSS4
5/4/2018 – CSS4
6/1/2018 – CSS4
7/6/2018 – CSS4
8/3/2018 – CSS4
9/7/2018 – CSS4
10/5/2018 – Flora Thornton Conference Room
11/2/2018 – Flora Thornton Conference Room
12/7/2018 – Flora Thornton Conference Room
1/4/2019 – CSS4
Pacific Stroke and Aneurysm Center
Providence Saint John’s Health Center
2121 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90404
Free valet parking
For more information, please call 310-582-7383 or email us at email@example.com
Post-Stroke and Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Classes
Pathfinders Classes at the Santa Monica College (SMC) Emeritus Program is for individuals who have had an acquired brain injury (ABI) and completed a rehabilitative course of therapy. These ongoing classes promote effective coping for common life changes following ABI, as well as a sense of community through peer support.
Find out about the free classes held at Santa Monica College Emeritus Campus.