The overall goal of this symposium is to provide the rehabilitative healthcare practitioners with current and future practice in the field of stroke rehabilitation to help improve functional outcomes and enhance the practitioners knowledge of what is available to them regarding treatment planning and interventions.
Program Learning Objectives
At the close of this activity participants will be able to:
2. The participants will be able to state the benefits and barriers to implementing these predictive models in clinical practice.
3. Attendees will state the tools and resources presented to help bridge the communication gap in treating patients with aphasia.
4. Participants will be able to state the brain areas involved in different types of stroke syndromes.
5. Participants will state empirically supported recommendations for cognitive and behavioral challenges following stroke.
This live lecture presentation is an intermediate level program and upon completion of all course requirements the participant will receive 6.75 contact hours (0.67 CEU’s). AOTA does not endorse specific course content, products, or clinical procedures.