STROKE GAMES - 4TH MARCH 2017
The Stroke Games is a first-of-its-kind sporting event to be held on 4th March 2017 in conjunction with NASAM’s 20th Anniversary celebration. The Games will empower stroke survivors to be courageous champions and super heroes. Activities include basketball shoots, table tennis, carrom, bowling, darts, obstacle walk, baton relay and many more which have been modified to be safe for stroke survivors. The event will showcase the remarkable possibilities of life despite the crippling effects of stroke.
The Stroke Games logo is a Torch with colours and design representing the stroke survivor’s rise to the challenges of “life after stroke”. It denotes determination, inner strength, courage, hope and distinctly shows the final strides made to overcome the odds and emerge as a champion.
NASAM would like to seek contributions from individuals and organizations who are keen to be a part of this special event. We need your support to make the Stroke Games spectacular. All cash donations are tax-exempt. Click here to donate now!
For those who are keen to sponsor specific items such as t-shirts, caps, banners, buntings, hotel accommodation, rental of stadium, transportation and others, branding opportunities are available. For details, please contact Ms Nancy Yap +603 79561876 or email@example.com.
All are welcome to come and cheer our members on as they challenge themselves on 4th March 2017. To purchase entrance tickets (RM5 per adult, free of charge for children below 12 years old), please fill in form here.
BFM INTERVIEWS FOUNDER JANET YEO ON STROKE GAMES
Our Founder, Janet Yeo was interviewed on BFM Radio on 4th Jan 2017. To listen to the podcast, please click here.
NASAM ANTHEM - I AM A CHAMPION
We hope this anthem will inspire all stroke survivors not to give up but to live a full life despite the debilitating effects of stroke.
STROKE NEWS 2016 (ISSUE 4)
STROKE NEWS 2016 (ISSUE 3)
STROKE NEWS 2016 (ISSUE 2)
STROKE NEWS 2016 (ISSUE 1)
STROKE NEWS 2015 (ISSUE 4)
NASAM'S CORPORATE VIDEO
ANIMATED VIDEO ABOUT STROKE BY HEALTH SKETCH
This video was created by Dr Wikum Jayatunga, Dr. Vinesh Patel and Dr. Daniel Wang based in the United Kingdom who, during their free time, create videos as part of their project under health-sketch.com to increase literacy in health related topics. They have kindly shared this video with NASAM through which we hope will raise awareness about Stroke, how to prevent it and how to recognise its symptoms.
HEALING ART - GEORGE SEE'S STORY OF RECOVERY
STROKE NEWS 2015 (ISSUE 3)
STROKE NEWS 2015 (ISSUE 2)
OUR HEAD PHYSIOTHERAPIST, QAMER KHAN'S INTERVIEW
Our Head Physiotherapist, Qamer Khan's Interview on Bernama TV on 27th May 2015.
AGAINST THE WIND TRAILER
Against the Wind is a documentary about the recovery journey of 8 of our stroke patients. For more information on this documentary, please contact your nearest NASAM centre.
STROKE NEWS 2015 (ISSUE 1)
STROKE NEWS 2014 (ISSUE 2)
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Therapists and Volunteers Wanted!
Would you like to join an exciting, interactive fast expanding stroke support centre? NASAM provides stroke rehabilitation, functional intergration and support for stroke survivors in a friendly environment.
Our centres are based in Petaling Jaya, Ampang (both in Selangor) Penang, Ipoh (Perak), Malacca, Kuantan, Johor Bahru and Kota Kinabalu (Sabah). Please contact our Human Resources Department at 03-7956 1876 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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