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This stroke awareness and rehabilitation course will give an overview of strokes in adults and young people aged 16 and over who have had a stroke with continuing impairment, activity limitations, or participation restrictions. Multi-disciplinary stroke teams and rehabilitation will be discussed.
At the end of this course, the learner will be able to:
- Describe what a stroke is and the long-term effects of a stroke
- Understand the health and social care needs for people after suffering a stroke
- Understand the physical changes caused by a stroke
- Identify ways to provide long-term health and social support to individuals who have suffered a stroke
- Stroke Awareness – Course Introduction
- What is a Stroke?
- Signs of a Stroke
- Acting F.A.S.T
- Forms of a Stroke
- Stroke Prevention
- Treatment Stages
- Stroke Prognosis
- Multidisciplinary Teams
- Health and Social Care Assessments
- Goal Setting for Rehabilitation
- Long-Term Health and Social Support
- Return to Work
- Organising Health and Social Care
- Transfer from Hospital to Community
- Comprehensive Assessments
- Medical Assessments
- Individual Goal-Setting
- Providing Information and Support
Who is this course for?
This online course has been written at an introductory level 1 for all levels that fit the criteria to take training as part of their role. This includes
- Refresher training
- Knowledge enhancement
It is suitable for the following:
- All individuals who want to improve their knowledge and understanding of stroke and rehabilitation
- Health and social care workers,
- Managers and care provider
- Adults and young people who have had a stroke, or their families and carers
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