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Extend the Quality of Care You Provide to Stroke Survivors with

ShareGivers - a peer visitor program

Implement ShareGivers™ at your facility.

New stroke survivors and caregivers have emotions, concerns and questions that are best addressed by those who have personal experience. That’s why the American Stroke Association developed the ShareGivers Peer Visitor Program. It connects recent stroke patients who are at least 18 months post-stroke with stroke survivors to provide support, information and encouragement.

This important information is delivered by trained peer visitors — stroke survivors who can share their own personal perspective. After completing the ShareGivers™ training course, peer visitors are uniquely equipped with the skills to share their experience, encourage progress and lend support to stroke survivors and their families throughout the recovery process.

Learn why ShareGivers is the perfect complement to your staff.

Support your brand. Implementing ShareGivers is a smart way to reach out to your community in a meaningful way that demonstrates your commitment to quality care.

Reinforce staff directives. Trained peer visitors offer a personal perspective and history that supplement and enhance provider recommendations in a "real life" way.

Increase the effectiveness of secondary prevention messages. Receiving information from others who have experienced a stroke holds special value for new stroke survivors and their caregivers. It’s an excellent way to deliver secondary prevention messages.

Supplement the care provided by your clinical staff. ShareGivers provides additional information on issues new stroke survivors must deal with including:

  • Emotional support
  • Community resources
  • Financial support resources
  • Legal support resources

Get Everything You Need to Bring ShareGivers to Your Facility

ShareGivers Facilitator Kit
Item #50-1581
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This turnkey kit provides specific instructions on how to start and implement a program in your facility as well as materials to support and promote it. You also receive access to the ShareGivers website for support and updates.

The Program Guide includes:

  • 12 lesson plans, each 1–2 hours in duration, that can be covered in 6–12 sessions.
    • Lessons 1–8 cover the needs of stroke survivors and family. Topics include causes and consequences of stroke, stress, self-esteem and more. Can also be offered as a stand-alone stroke education course for a general audience.
    • Lessons 9–12 teach active listening skills and the essential guidelines for visiting.
  • DVD with 4 programs:
    • What is Aphasia
    • Living with Disability
    • Caregiving
    • Secondary Prevention
  • The kit also includes a Facilitator Badge and Lanyard and samples of the support materials listed below.

Order now. (ShareGivers support materials are also available for sale individually.)

Support Materials

ShareGivers support materials are also available for sale individually.

ShareGivers Badge and Lanyard
Item #50-1582
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Stroke Connection Bag
Item #50-1566
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The badge and lanyard certify ShareGivers peer visitors once they have completed the course.

A sturdy tote to keep ShareGivers organized.

ShareGivers Postcards
Item #50-1567
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ShareGivers Table Tents
Item #50-1583
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ShareGivers postcards are ideal for peer visitor follow-ups, recruitment and other uses.

Great for promoting the ShareGivers program in a variety of settings.

Stroke Connection

The American Stroke Association (ASA) is dedicated to providing post-stroke support and resources to patients and healthcare providers. Find other ASA products and services covering post-stroke issues by looking for the Stroke Connection logo.

ShareGivers Poster
Item #50-1590
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Use this colorful poster to promote the ShareGivers program.

Questions/Support

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