Public Health England (PHE) Act F.A.S.T. campaign TV ad reminding people of the symptoms of stroke and why urgently calling 999 is vital in saving lives. When a stroke strikes the damage spreads like a fire in the brain. When you spot any single one of these signs, think and act F.A.S.T. FACE – has it fallen on one side? ARMS – can they raise them? SPEECH – is it slurred? TIME – Even if you’re not sure, call 999. The faster you act, the more of the person we save. When stroke strikes act F.A.S.T. call 999. For information on stroke visit www.nhs.uk/ActFAST If you are a BSL user, deaf, have hearing loss or a speech impairment you can text the emergency services on 999 but you need to register your phone in advance. Find out more at emergencysms.net Your NHS is here to see you, safely. British Sign Language (BSL) version of the PHE Act F.A.S.T. campaign TV ad.