Join topic expert Lesia Mooney, MSN, RN, CDE, CNRN, SCRN, ACNS-BC for the webinar Understanding Stroke and Stroke Prevention and get the latest information about: Stroke is an emergency – Time is Brain Warning signs and symptoms of a stroke Important risk factors for a stroke What is a stroke? What are the different types […]
Join National Stroke Association for an on-demand educational webinar called Raising Stroke Awareness Year-Round. Linda Kuhrt, along with Janine Mazabob RN, BS/BSN, MA, FAHA, Stroke Coordinator at CHI St. Luke’s Health, will discuss how to plan and execute successful stroke awareness campaigns, share examples of collaborative efforts and lessons learned. Learn More
Now Available! An accredited webinar on Acute Stroke Treatment: Addressing Missed Opportunities. Listen to Edward Jauch, MD, and David Liebeskind, MD, discuss how to reduce treatment time and increase treatment rates for your acute ischemic stroke patients. Participation is free and open to all. Medical Education Resources designates this educational activity for a maximum of […]
This is a great video that shows the different affects of Aphasia.
How to Communicate With Aphasia Patients, an article posted by StrokeSmart on October 3, 2013. RVA Aphasia group, a stroke support group in Virginia, wanted to help people better understand and communicate with stroke survivors with aphasia. Aphasia is a disorder of communication that impairs a person’s ability to use and comprehend language. To help […]
WomenHeart is pleased to announce the availability of our free heart health educational webinars! These previously recorded videos on various topics related to women and heart disease provide you with important information to empower you (or your patients) to take charge of your heart health. The videos feature presentations by leading cardiologists in women’s heart […]
This video is produced by stroke survivor, Winston Lindsley. Click on Aphasia/Apraxia.
This YouTube video was Published on Sep 10, 2013. The play, “NightSky” id the story of a brilliant astronomer who’s ambitions were cut short when she suffered a brain injury and became aphasiac. Click Here.
Aphasia Etiquette – Ask Wait Listen is a great video of talking to someone with aphasia. This is produced by Stroke.org.uk/aphasia. WATCH and LEARN