When a stroke happens, the most important thing to do is call 911, because the faster you get to the hospital, the better chance you have to prevent a worst-case scenario — death or serious brain damage. Learn the signs of stroke and how to get treatment from a stroke survivor and the experts at Christiana Care Health System, the only Comprehensive Stroke Center between Baltimore and Philadelphia, serving Southeaster Pennsylvania, Eastern Maryland, Southern New Jersey and Delaware.


The song is a parody of the well-known Y.M.C.A song from the 70’s. It features a person having a stroke in a diner and the patrons and staff breaking out in song and dance as they sing about the acronym F.A.S.T., which stands for: Face drooping, Arm weakness, Speech difficulty and Time to call 9-1-1.


Additional Symptoms of Stroke