Virtual Stroke (201)
This intermediate course integrates key concepts from the Stroke 101 and 201 eLearning workshop courses and provides learners with opportunities to expand upon their knowledge of topics by engaging in discussions with experts and critically thinking through case scenario activities. The course provides an overview of multiple key factors that often lead to readmission after stroke and the integral role of utilizing a patient and family centered approach to planning care for stroke survivors. This is done through the use of a case study and collaborative, facilitated discussions among the full group of participants. The course provides detailed instructions and activities to address four key factors for improving care and long term outcomes for stroke survivors. These include bowel and bladder incontinence, core principles of gait facilitation, psychosocial wellness and communication with aphasia.
RN, PT/PTA, OT/OTA, SLP
Kessler/Select Medical Staff: Register under events via Select University
Non-Kessler/Select Medical Staff – Register by contacting Courtney Silviotti
For additional information, please contact Courtney Silviotti.