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The Brain that changes: Neuroplasticity and stroke rehabilitation

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Author: The StrokeEd Collaboration Duration: 1.22.27 Presenters: Stephanie Ho, Brain Beh and Simone Dorsch Stephanie Ho: After surviving a severe stroke at 22 years of age, Stephanie has committed her life to improving the healthcare system and easing the burden for other survivors. She currently serves as an Executive Board Member for NSW [...]

How to use groups to increase the amount of UL practice in rehabilitation

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Author: The StrokeEd Collaboration Duration: 1.05.56 Presented by: Dr Emma Schneider, PhD, MOT, BBNSc – Occupational Therapist & Associate Member, The StrokeEd Collaboration; Adjunct Research Associate, Department of Neuroscience, Central Clinical School, Faculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University Description: This lecture describes how to use groups to increase [...]

Engagement in Rehabilitation

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Author: The StrokeEd Collaboration Duration: 46 mins Details: Originally presented to the Concentric rehabilitation group in October 2022  by Simone Dorsch and stroke survivor Brian Beh Title: The lecture uses a model of engagement in rehabilitation to outline the ways in which therapists can increase peoples’ engagement in rehab and decrease the likelihood [...]

Adherence to intensive upper-limb exercise

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Description: The presentation outlines findings from a qualitative study which explored barriers and enablers to adherence to an intensive upper limb exercise program in stroke survivors. Findings can help clinicians to develop and implement exercise programs that improve adherence, and ultimately outcomes following stroke. References can be viewed on the final slide. No [...]

Goal setting in rehabilitation

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Description: The presentation will outline an evidence-based conceptual framework for why clinicians use goal setting in rehabilitation, and how goal-setting contributes to enhancing client outcomes and autonomy. Available goal-setting frameworks will be analysed and discussed. Learning objectives: By the end of the presentation, attendees will be able to: Understand why goal-setting is used [...]

Implementation of stroke circuit classes

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Description: This StrokeEd guest lecture in Nov 2022 described the implementation of stroke circuit groups in an outpatient rehabilitation setting. Zheng Cao explores strategies to increase intensity of practice in a group setting, enablers and barriers to the implementation process. She also describes the adaptation of face-to-face group sessions to a telehealth [...]

Current developments in rehabilitation delivery via telehealth

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Description: This lecture is a repeat of a webinar presented as part of a series for the Australian Telehealth for Stroke Community of Practice . Presenters Dr Kate Scrivener and Dr Lauren Christie provide a brief overview of current developments in telerehabilitation, barriers and enablers to delivering physical rehabilitation interventions including upper and [...]

Getting and staying motivated in rehab

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Description: This StrokeEd panel discussion involves Brian Beh, Ben Schelfhaut, Julie Davey and Simone Dorsch. Brian, Julie and Ben are stroke survivors. Simone is a physiotherapist researcher and educator. The discussion targets therapists and stroke survivors, providing strategies to promote motivation during rehabilitation and beyond. Presented via Zoom on 5 Dec 2022 Presenters: [...]

‘20 Reps a Day aren’t going to cut it’

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Brian is a stroke survivor who reflects on amounts of practice in this inspiring Blog. Brian understands that change is not achieved without doing significant numbers of repetitions of practice and here he describes some of his achievements in amounts of practice and the changes he has made to his right leg strength and his ability to walk. Read [...]

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