One Stroke Forward had an appearance in an article at University of Cincinnati about Dr. Awosika’s research going on in the Neurorecovery Lab for stroke survivors , which the OSF Fund supports. https://www.uc.edu/news/articles/2020/06/n20927286.html
Dear Golfers and OSF Supporters, We cordially invite you to participate in and/or sponsor our 2nd year of partnership with the Greater Cincinnati Golf Association’s Men’s Northern Kentucky 4-Ball, benefitting the One Stroke Forward Foundation (onestrokeforward.org). You may not be aware that Stroke is the leading cause of long-term disability in adults,especially young adults. In …
This year, with Greater Cincinnati Stroke Consortium and One Stroke Forward, we visited 5th to Freshman classes in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, to teach students about the causes and signs of strokes and what to do if they suspect someone is having a stroke. Kelly Marsh, a local stroke survivor who advocates for stroke education …
On Thursday, March 22, stroke experts Kelly Marsh and Jane Nordeman, RN, visited the 5th-grade class at Williams Elementary in Norwood, Ohio, to teach students about the causes and signs of strokes and what to do if they suspect someone is having a stroke. Marsh, a local stroke survivor who advocates for stroke education and …
Every year in the United States, stroke affects nearly eight hundred thousand people and millions of caregivers. Despite the large number of incidences of stroke, it remains a highly misunderstood malady with many misconceptions. Stroke can affect the young as well as the old, and warning signs are often overlooked.
Today, new neuroimaging technology and electric recording methods like functional magnetic resonance imaging and electroencephalography are giving neurologists a previously unseen glimpse into the human brain as people listen to rhythms, corroborating what clinicians have been saying for decades about the restorative power of music. Read more on Mashable.com
One Stroke Forward Foundation co-founder and CMO, Kelly Marsh tells her stroke story to UC Health.
One Stroke Forward’s Kelly Marsh shared the best ways to spot a stroke as part of Stroke Awareness Month.
On May 16, One Stroke Forward co-founder and CMO Kelly Marsh got the chance to spread the word about stroke symptoms and prevention to Cincinnati area children.
Kelly and Brad shared the story of Kelly’s stroke and the recovery her and Brad fought so hard with Local 12 Medical Reporter Liz Bonis. Enjoy the video below. You can read the full story on Local12.com.