Yes. If an entire workshop is cancelled (eg because of COVID restrictions) each participant receives a full refund. However, if you personally cancel your place in a workshop you have paid for on the Eventbright portal, you may receive a refund if you give sufficient notice prior to the workshop. However, you will not be [...]
No places can be reserved or Eventbright workshops. However where workshop registrations are managed by local facilities it may be possible to request or reserve a place by contacting the local organiser(s). You will be able to find the organiser contact details in the registration information for that specific workshop.
The main difference is that face to face workshops involve clinical sessions which include either people who have had a stroke (Upper Limb and Lower Limb workshops) or who have balance problems (Balance workshop). Face to Face workshops: Upper Limb and Lower Limb workshops: 3 x 6-8 hour days. These workshops include stroke survivor participants [...]
We do not have a mailing list for future workshops. But you can either regularly view this StrokeEd website or follow the StrokeEd Facebook page for announcements of new workshops. You then go to the StrokeEd website to register online if a workshop is of interest to you.
Hard copy Certificates are provided for face to face workshops. Certificates are available on request for Zoom workshops and lectures but not provided routinely.
There are numerous free resources on the StrokeEd website, including: videos of lectures, useful devices for training upper limb function, exercise sheets, and measurement tools.
Costs of each workshop depend on whether the workshop is face to face or presented remotely via zoom. Face to face workshops cost more as there are clinical sessions which involve people who have had a stroke or who have problems with their balance. Some workshops are of different length (from 1 to 3 days) [...]
We don’t have an official mailing list. We encourage you to either regularly check the StrokeEd website for new workshops or the StrokeEd Facebook page where information about new workshops are announced as soons as workshops are confirmed. There is other relevant research papers, conferences or ideas are shared on the Facebook page as well.