In-patient Stroke Rehab: 14 Treatment Strategies to get your patient home

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In-patient Stroke Rehab: 14 Treatment Strategies to get your patient home is an important and applicable course that will serve your patients and facility well. Register Now!

Please note: your confirmation, and the precise location in this course will be confirmed when the minimum participant level has been reached. The seminar will be held in the area specified, however you will be notified the exact venue prior to the seminar commencement. Thank you!

Additional information

Continuing Education Units/Professional Development Units

This seminar contains intermediate content.

Speech and Language Pathologists: ARC Seminars is an ASHA Approved Provider of Continuing Education. This course has been approved for 0.7 ASHA CEUs, Intermediate Level Content.

Occupational Therapists: ARC Seminars is an AOTA Approved Provider of professional development, #000087. This course is offered for 0.7 AOTA CEUs, Intermediate Level Content; approval #0002673, (7.0 contact hours). This course contains content classified under both Occupational Therapy Process and Domain of OT. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.

Physical Therapists: This program has been approved by the APTA Kentucky, A Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, for 7.0 Category 1 contact hour(s). Expiration Date: 02/18/2023. Approval Number: CS110-2021-APTAKY. Most other states will accept continuing education offerings that are approved by the APTA.

ARC Seminars is an California Board of Physical Therapy Approved Provider of Continuing Education.

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30 reviews for In-patient Stroke Rehab: 14 Treatment Strategies to get your patient home

  1. Maggie Hyland, OT

    It was a great course! Loved the interaction components

  2. Lisa Blaszkowski, OT

    Excellent course! Thank you

  3. Alvin C; PT

    To improve on my hands on PT handling with techniques provided.

  4. FL; PT

    Topic was relevant to my practice, as I am the current stroke program champion here at Tinton Falls and I will share/implement these topics to the stroke team.

  5. RL; PT

    Use NDi techniques found in LAB

  6. SC; OT

    understanding of how to prepare for d/c

  7. MB; OT

    I intend to use these skills with patient care & colleagues. info will be useful c patient/care education.

  8. NC; OT

    very applicable to current caseload.

  9. GB; OT

    Incorporating NDI techniques/skilled handling, incorporating ST interesting info of sessions, use more EBP!

  10. NI; OT

    will use the techniques practiced to improve my ability to support my patients.

  11. DC; PT

    Yes. Great class, very informative LAB portion very helpful.

  12. AS; PT

    Yes lab portion was helpful to work on hand placement during transfers.

  13. LV; OT

    Yes. the lab/hands on portion was very helpful and nurses now feel more confident in applying during sessions.

  14. AP; PT

    Yes I work with stroke patients frequently. I will use the hands on skills to decrease the amount I am physically helping patients

  15. Maria B; PT

    Definitely use c patients; low level pt would be challenging to apply hands on lab exs

  16. SK; PTA

    will try to use the NDT techniques so the pt can activate more mvmt on their own vs. just physically moving the pt.

  17. Donna S.; OT

    The info presented will help me provide improved treatment to my patients

  18. Margaret B.; PT

    The NDT techniques will help me

  19. Andrea B; OTR/G

    The NDT hands on lab was great! Great use of videos and real life examples

  20. Ruth R; PTA

  21. Patricia G; CRRN

    It is very valuable information to be used daily in practice. Great to set the perspective of therapy in caring for our patients

  22. Jacquelyn W.; OT

    We have quite a a large population of stroke patients here. Using more NDT, positioning and co-treating activities will help to make more purposeful activities.

  23. Kristen R.; OT

    Extremely relevant to our hospital’s population. Super excited to share w/peers & help grow our stroke program

  24. Patricia S; OTR

    Will be able to apply during interventions/treatments with neuro population

  25. MD; PT

    facilitation techniques, evidenced based treatment

  26. Shelby Mcclay; OTR/L

    I can apply this knowledge to interventions with CVA patients.

  27. Samantha M

    i will challenge myself to be more hands on with patients and get them out and challenge them

  28. Emily Carl

    we treat a lot of stroke patients at our hospital, so I will be able to use the skills to provide better treatments

  29. Bobbi L.

    I will use the mobility techniques to enable patients to move themselves more during transfer

  30. Eric W.

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