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Stroke (201)

This intermediate level, e-learning curriculum consists of 7 courses covering various aspects of stroke management that may be accessed on demand. This e-learning format provides learners the opportunity to explore specific impairments seen in patients affected by stroke including spatial neglect, pusher syndrome, bowel and bladder complications, and gait abnormalities.  Learners are also given the opportunity to explore and apply the principles of neuroplasticity. An overview of the must haves for establishing a comprehensive stroke program in the inpatient rehabilitation setting and key outcome measures for this patient population are also included in this curriculum. This course also highlights the entire transdisciplinary team’s impact on the patient’s care.

 

 

LOCATION:

Virtual E-learning Modules (Enduring Material)

 

TARGET AUDIENCE: 

PT/PTA, OT/OTA, RN/LPN.

 

Instructional Level:

Intermediate

 

Registration website:

Kessler/Select Medical Staff: Access course via Select University
Non-Kessler/Select Medical Staff – Register by contacting Courtney Silviotti

For additional information, please contact Courtney Silviotti.

 

 

Support Group Signup

Support groups offer learning, shared experience and valuable insight from others dealing with similar challenges. A number of support groups are available through the Kessler Institute. Current and former patients, family members and caregivers are encouraged to participate in these important educational programs.