UTHealth Stomp Out Stroke Festival Program
Saturday, May 6, 2017
Registration opens 8:00 am.
Station 1 Volunteers, exhibitors and media check-in.
Girl Scouts Station 2
Girl Scout troops check-in.
Girl Scouts: Talk to a First Responder
SETRAC Station 2
Girl Scouts only. What is a first responder? Staying safe and using first aid. 9:30 am-12:45 pm.
Mobile Stroke Unit
Station 3 First emergency vehicle designed to
treat stroke patients in the US!
AmeriBrain Exhibit UTHealth Station 4
Inflatable brain exhibit. See the brain stem, cerebellum and areas of the brain for hearing, touch movement and personality.
American Heart Association
Station 4 Take a pic- upload to facebook, twitter
or instagram with hashtag #isawthebrain. Tag @ahahouston in your post!
Registered Guest Check Station 5
Guests who registered online, check-in here.
Onsite Registration Station 6
For walk ins or those who have not registered online.
STAGE & ENTERTAINMENT ZONE
Special Guest & Emcee, José Griñan, FOX 26
Co-Emcee, Lady MaCallan
9:00 am DJ PANCAKE
10:00 am Dance of Asian America
10:30 am Hula Hoop Performance
10:50 am Welcome Remarks Dr. Louise McCullough José Griñan, FOX 26
11:15 am Collective Sound Cloggers
11:50 am Ballet Folklorico Azteca de Houston
12:30 pm MixFitz TurnUp Demo by Crystal Wall
1:40 pm Toni Hickman Performance
2:30 pm Live Ice Sculpting by Reverend Butter
3:00 pm DJ PANCAKE
3:30 pm Event Closes
Medical & Cooling Station SETRAC Station 7 Providing onsite BLS level emergency medical support or drop by to cool down.
Ariana The Realtor Station 8
Drop by for free bottled water while supplies last.
Volunteer & Door Prizes Station 9 Volunteers stop by for a quick break. Door prizes every 30 minutes. Must be present to win.
DJ PANCAKE Station 10
Music provided by Houston's own DJ PANCAKE with Pinto Productions Entertainment.
Crystal Wall's Mixfitz Studios Station 11
Instructors are supportive and highly trained in their style of fitness. For all fitness levels.
UThealth Station 12 Exercise for the entire family. Free hula hoops while supplies last.
Brain Parts & Cranial Nerves
UTHealth Neurology Residents Station 13
Learn about the parts and function of the brain. See our brain models.
Mega 101 Station 14
Meet our team who will be passing out goodies
from 9 am – 12 pm.
The “Big 3” Stroke Risk Factors CHI St. Luke’s Health Station 15 Learn about high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes and how each relates to stroke.
Ask the Dietician! Memorial Hermann-TMC Nutrition Dept. Station 16
Tips for healthy eating. Check BMI and body fat percentage.
HEALTHY BRAIN ZONE
Brain Imaging- UTHealth Dept. of Diagnostic & Interventional Imaging Station 17
Brain imaging used to see the structure and function of the brain. CT, MRI, PET and fMRI.
Blood Pressure (BP) UT Physicians Station 18
BP check. Review results with a health care
provider. Why is high BP the silent killer?
Bone Density UT Physicians Station 19
Back pain, a stooped posture or fracture history, maybe signs of osteoporosis. Check your heel bone density screen.
Cholesterol, Glucose and Blood Pressure Screenings HEB Pharmacy Station 20
Check your cholesterol- no fasting required and glucose- fasting required for accuracy. Review results and Q&A with pharmacists.
UTHealth Stroke Team Station 21
Measures blood flow through the carotid arteries
which supply blood to the brain. Assesses blood flow and detects blockages.
Popcorn Pick-up UTHealth Station 22
Free snack, while while supplies last.
Toon Into Yourself Station 22
Free caricature 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.
My Life Check- Life's Simple 7
American Heart Association Station 23
Assess your current cardiovascular health.
“Cooking Healthy with Chef Tim Sadler”
Station 23 Demonstration at 11:30 am and 1:30 pm sponsored by the American Heart Association.
MPOWER Expert Fitness & Nutrition Station 24 Results driven fitness and nutrition solutions with a focus on body fat reduction.
Atrial Fibrillation (AF)
Memorial Hermann Memorial City Station 25
What is AF? How does AF relate to stroke?
Atrial fibrillation treatment.
Mischer Neuroscience Institute Station 26
World-class clinicians, researchers and educators whose insights and research are transforming the field of neuroscience. Leader in clinical quality and patient safety. Patients come from around the world for treatment of rare and common diseases of the brain and spinal cord.
Ask the Stroke Doctor!
UTHealth Stroke Team Station 27
Stroke prevention, treatment and signs of stroke (FAST) Check your stroke risk.
When the Eyes Fool the Brain: Optical Illusions UTHealth Medical Students Station 28
What is an optical illusion? See some illusions
and discover how tricky it can be for the brain to accurately interpret images from the eyes.
Fitness Education & Obesity Houston Area
Nurse Practitioners Station 29
How much should you exercise daily?
What is BMI? Know your goal BMI.
Texas Heart Institute’s Center for Women’s
Heart & Vascular Health Station 30 Everything
we do to reduce heart attack risk, reduces stroke risk, yet women don’t perceive themselves at risk
for stroke. Prompt diagnosis and treatment maybe the difference between life or death.
Adult Vision Screen
Prevent Blindness Texas Station 31
Check your vision.
Memory Screen Station 32
Memory loss? Forgetful? Memory screen for
adults age > 45.
STROKE RECOVERY ZONE
Mentis Neuro Health
Station 33 Providing the highest quality post-acute neurorehabilitation to persons who have sustained an acquired brain injury.
Fall Risk Mentis Neuro Health Station 33
Fall prevention, fall risk and reducing fall risk. Take the Timed Get up and Go Test.
Houston Aphasia Recovery Center Station 34 Wellness program and support services for persons with aphasia and their families.
Healthy Brain Aging Station UTHealth Geriatrics Station 35 Steps to promote a healthy brain as you age.
Station 36 Meet several species of nonvenomous snakes. Guests may touch, hold or take a pic with safe, friendly snakes. 9am-2:30pm
HealthSouth Station 37
One of the nation's largest rehabilitation providers. Get info on rehabilitation services, programs and technology.
Ask the Pharmacist Memorial Hermann-TMC Pharmacy Services Station 38
Ask drug related questions, review medications,
ask about generic drugs or pharmacy services.
Brain Injury Association Station 39
Largest brain injury advocacy group in the US focused on brain injury prevention, research, treatment and education.
Communication Sciences & Disorders
University of Houston Station 40
Do you have a language or hearing problem?
Learn about our research & clinical services.
Stroke Warriors Station 41
Local stroke support group, welcoming new members.
National Stroke Association Station 42
Providing stroke education and programs to stroke survivors, caregivers, and healthcare professionals.
Type Matters Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center Station 43 Free blood typing.
Acquired Brain Injury (BI)
Office of Acquired Brain Injury- HHSC Station 44
Texas’ premier resource for brain injury education, awareness, prevention and service referrals. We serve BI survivors, families, caregivers, service providers, veterans and other agencies.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) St. Joseph Medical Center Station 45 What is OSA?
OSA and stroke risk. Take the Stop Bang screen.
Origami Station 46
Meet Kyle Fu, Master Origami Artist and learn about the art of origami.
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Station 47 Tobacco prevention and cessation.
Texas Heart Institute’s Project Heart
Station 48 Learn about anatomy of the heart and circulatory system. Why making healthy eating choices and physical activity is important to the circulation system. Earn a Cool-E badge.
Brain on Drugs Center for Neurobehavioral Research on Addiction, UTHealth Station 49 Learn the effects of different drugs on the brain. Spin our “Quiz Wheel” on drug awareness and win a prize.
Girl Scouts: How to Treat Minor Injuries UTHealth Station 50 Girl Scouts only. How to use a first aid kit to treat minor injuries. 9:30 am-12 pm.
Too Cool to Smoke Puppet Show MD Anderson Cancer Center Station 50 Kids enjoy a 30-minute puppet show that educates children, kindergarten to 4th grade on the dangers of smoking. 1 pm -1:30 pm.
Brain Basics UTHealth Neuroscience Research Center Station 51 Learn brain facts and how the brain works. Build a nerve cell with pipe-cleaners.
Girl Scouts: How and when to call 911
STATION 52 SETRAC Girl Scouts only. What is an emergency? What to say when you call 911?
9:30 am - 12:45 pm.
Girl Scouts: Outdoor
Injuries UTHealth Station 53 Girl Scouts only.
How to avoid & treat common outdoor injuries.
9:30 am - 12:45 pm.
Brain Food Memorial Hermann Southwest Clinical Nutrition Station 55 Brain power food. Healthy snacks. See our Sugar Shocker Display.
Girl Scouts: Make a First Aid Kit
UTHealth Station 56
Girl Scouts only. What goes into a first aid kit?
Make your own kit. 9:30am - 12:45pm.
Kids First Aid and First Aid Kits
UTHealth Station 56
30 minute educational session on first aid and first aid kits. Receive a travel size First Aid Kit. 1:45 pm and 2:30 pm. (Limit 20 children per session)
Texas Medical Association's
Hard Hats for Little Heads
Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Houston Station 57
Properly fitting helmets can prevent head injuries. Learn helmet safety and fitting. Free bike helmet while supplies last.
Sports & Concussions
UTHealth Station 58
Learn the signs and treatment for a concussion.
College of Health Care Professions Station 59
Kids have fun and fitness with this giant parachute.
Bubble Fun UTHealth Station 60
Drop by to blow bubbles. Free bubble bottle while supplies last.
Balloon Twister UTHealth Station 60
Free balloon art.
Kids Migraines THINK- The Houston Institute of Neurology for Kids Station 61
Does your child complain of frequent headaches? Diagnosis and treatment of migraines in kids.
Kids Vision Screen
Eye Care For Kids- Station 62
Check your child's vision. Testing visual acuity and general eye health examination.
Stomp Out Stroke
Memorial Hermann Southwest Station 63
Learn the signs of stroke and why time is brain.
Kids take the FAST quiz.
Houston Zombie Walk Station 64
Face painting with fun, cool designs!
Houston Zombie Walk & UTHealth Station 64
Meet & take pic's with a favorite kid's cartoon character.
Pediatric Stroke & Seizures Dr. Doan
Station 65 What causes stroke in children.
What is a seizure ? Why kids may have a seizure.
Kids Dental Screen
Summit Dental center Station 66
How to keep your teeth healthy? Dental screening provided.
Obstacle Course D-Sho Fitness Station 67
Kids overcome an obstacle course.
Nexus Health Systems Station 68
Providing post-acute, transitional and vocational rehabilitation services to individuals who suffer
from traumatic brain injuries.
Kids Fitness Nexus Health Systems Station 68 How much physical activity should your child do daily? Kids check your BMI.
Basketball Hoop Game UTHealth Station 69
Take a shot and win a prize.
Moonwalk UTHealth Station 70
Kids have fun in the moonwalk. Must be 5 years of age or > and a parent present.
Sickle Cell Disease
Texas Children’s Hematology Center Station 71 Learn about sickle cell disease. Facts, symptoms and preventing complications.
The Health Museum- Station 72
Presents an interactive presentation with a hands-on sheep brain dissection at 1pm and 1:45 pm.
St. Joseph Medical Center Angioscreen Mobile Health Unit Station 73 Carotid Doppler, abdominal aortic aneurysm and ankle brachial index screenings.
Diabetes Awareness and Wellness Network (DAWN) Houston DHHS Station 74
Providing diabetes risk assessments and