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Post-Stroke Programs

This program is an educational opportunity for healthcare professionals to learn about the latest evidence on spasticity treatments, the pros and cons of available treatment options, and its place in the care of spasticity patients.

Have you or your facility ever participated in a clinical trial? Have you wondered about what's involved, what the benefits are or how to recruit and retain participants? Join us for a live educational webinar presented by Jeffrey L. Saver, MD and Melissa Bollinger, RN, BSN, MBA, CCRC to learn about ESUS and how you can get involved.

Join the coordinators of the Lehigh Valley stroke care team and the director of certification of The Joint Commission as they highlight the changes in Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC) standards.  


Neurological imaging has advanced greatly over the past two decades, but stroke physiology continues to be complex.  Join us for Endovascular Stroke Treatment live webinar, hosted by HomeCEUConnection, through the new National Stroke Association University.

While we've made significant progress in the treatment, prevention, and rehabilitation of stroke over the past 30 years, we are learning more about depression and the cognitive impact affecting stroke survivors and their caregivers.

Each year 55,000 more women have a stroke than men, at times presenting with unique symptoms often not recognized as a stroke symptom and delaying treatment.

This accredited three part series provides updated evidence and opportunities on post stroke spasticity.  Post-Stroke Spasticity: A Case-Based Series Stroke Clinical Updates activity to increase clinician knowledge, diagnosis, and treatment of post-stroke spasticity.

This accredited activity was designed to increase clinician knowledge, diagnosis, and treatment of PBA after stroke.  

An online education webinar that discusses how to improve patient compliance and outcomes with rehabilitation through caregiver education.

This nonaccredited webinar discusses strategies and techniques to increase recovery engagement.


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For over 30 years we have been the trusted source for free resources and education to the stroke community. Together, we empower survivors and their circle of care to thrive after stroke. Make your tax-deductible donation today to support the growing needs of the stroke community.