Neuroscience based stroke rehabilitation

Neuroscience based stroke rehabilitation

One in 4 people experience a stroke. On return home, the person with stroke is challenged to sense, move, think, and engage in valued activities with an altered brain and body. Yet the current approach to ongoing recovery is limited. In this lecture from Professor Leeanne Carey will show how creating a knowledge translation hub, specialist therapy centers, and a community of up-skilled therapists embedded in a range of health care settings can ensure that more people with stroke benefit from restorative rehabilitation.

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