the ky and si stroke assoc was a great help to helping them with their many needme after I survived a stroke 14 years ago and helps others with educating people about the signs and symptoms of stroke ( that many are not aware of) they help stroke survivors find support groups when they need information on finding an abundance of helping facilities, medical help as well as well as many needs their stroke may have caused all in all stroke victims and survivors need some type of help in their life and this association is there to help and give them the information they are seeking it has been a godsend to me and helped me to be an independent person
I had a major stroke almost 2 years ago where I lost my ability to talk. With help with the speech portion I also had help dealing with the emotional aspects. Thank you!
Caregivers and families are never fully ready or know what to do after a stroke occurs. Recovery can be long and complicated. The resources and support that the Kentuckiana Stoke Association provides give families hope.
Kentuckiana Stroke association partners within the community locally to ensure they have the funding and up to date resources to share with those in need. The mission is to prevent stroke by spreading awareness while assisting those who suffer from Stroke with recovery. Storkes can be devastating with lasting effects. This non-profit works from within our community to promote education, support and resources on Stroke awareness and recovery. They set themselves apart by the little to no overhead having only one employee so all the money is used to push their mission forward.
KSISA is a local non-profit that works from the roots of the community to promote education, support and resources on Stroke awareness and recovery. They set themselves apart by the little to no overhead having only one employee. They partner to ensure those in need get into contact with all those services available to them to help them prevent and recover from the devastating effects of Stroke.
Kentuckiana Stroke Association is fulfilling such an important mission! We have made strides in reducing stroke mortality but incidence is not decreasing. Stroke is the #1 cause of disability and is 80% preventable. Education to the public about how to control risk factors and prevent stroke is indispensable! We need more of this work in the community!
The KY and Ind Stroke Association is awesome and they help so many patients! I highly recommend them to my current patients at the VA. They have support groups and a wonderful booklet that has multiple locations listed that assist Stroke patients. Its a must have for newly diagnosed.
KSISA provides many resources, support groups and education to stroke survivors, their families and caregivers and to the community. Financial support primarily comes from fundraising. With one part time empliyee, an active Board of Directors and volunteers, KSISA works within our,local area and does an amazing job. For more information, contact KSISA. Deborah Boone
This organization does a great deal to assist stroke survivors and their families in Kentuckiana, and also promotes stroke prevention at every opportunity.
When my healthy athletic son had a stroke at age 24, KY and SI Stroke Association came to the rescue with education, information and support. Exceptional Ex Director, Board and volunteers.
This organization's role in helping people to understand and prevent strokes is a huge service to the Ky & Southern In people. The fearless leader, Carrie Orman, never seems to sleep. She is dedicated to this organization way more than she is probably expected to be!!! As a 2 stroke survivor, I know how much the education and information the Kentucky & Southern Indiana Stroke Association provides is needed & needs to keep reiterating to everyone!!! Great job!
This organization's dedication to educating Kentucky and Southern Indiana residents about stroke is outstanding. No opportunity is ever missed to have representatives appear at community and organizational gatherings to provide information that will inform and educate. Led by a dynamic one-woman executive director, Carrie Orman, the Kentucky and Southern Indiana Stroke Association's outreach and effectiveness are even more astounding. She has the support of a cadre of volunteers and professionals who always answer her calls to rally in support of stoke education.
The KSISA is a wonderful organization doing amazing outreach on a very little budget. It serves as a oasis for those struggling to find resources and support after a stroke has affected themselves or their family. It's volunteer troops are a great group of people who are neither wealthy or economically status, but work because they truly care about people who have had a stroke.
One of my very best friends had a stroke when she had her first child at 22 years of age - 38 years ago. She is the reason that I am a donor of KSISA. The organization reaches out to educate and to help victims reach their full potential. I am a close observer of the hard work that goes on within the organization. I appreciate their dedication and commitment.
As a long time volunteer with KSISA, I know how valuable their work is throughout both sides of the River. The excellent materials they offer for free are a great help in educating people from all walks of life. It is a very visible organization that reaches out to both large and small groups. KSISA is a very important charity in the fight against strokes