Webinar: Intimacy After Stroke – CSBPR Webinar Series
February 21 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Intimacy After Stroke – CSBPR Webinar Series
Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations Webinar Invitation
Join us for an upcoming webinar series discussing the resumption of life roles and activities following stroke
The Heart & Stroke Canadian Stroke Best Practice Rehabilitation and Managing Transitions of Stroke Care Recommendations provide specific guidance for healthcare professionals on the recovery and resumption of life roles after stroke. Stroke survivors often experience motor, cognitive and psychosocial changes that impact their ability to resume pre stroke pursuits. . Return to driving, return to work and vocational pursuits, sexual activity and leisure activities have each been cited as important rehabilitation goals for patients and evidence indicates that the resumption of these activities are associated with increased quality of life. During this three part webinar series participants will learn more about the recommendations, research, and practical approaches for returning to driving, return to work and vocational pursuits, and sexual activity during recovery after stroke. Participants will hear directly from experts in this area.
Part One: Intimacy After Stroke
Date: Wednesday February 21, 2018 from 1:00 pm EST – 2:00 pm EST
Presenters: Shawna McCusker RSW and Tracey Chambers RN
Upon Completion of the Program Participants will be able to:
- Describe the Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations from the Rehabilitation and Managing Transitions of Stroke Care modules on sexuality.
- Identify relevant issues around intimacy/sexuality with people who have experienced stroke and their partners.
- Engage in meaningful discussions with people who have experienced stroke and their partners regarding intimacy sexual relationships.
- Explain where to find more information about intimacy/sexuality, for knowledge, and to share with patients and families.
To Register: click here.
Coming Soon: Driving and Rehabilitation, and Return to Work
For any questions feel free to reach out to the Stroke Best Practices team at firstname.lastname@example.org