It's Never Too Late For Recovery: How New Models of Rehabilitation are Helping Stroke Survivors Years After a Stroke
Thursday 28th October
12pm – 1pm
Stroke survivors can sometimes feel that once their NHS-prescribed rehabilitation is complete, their recovery reaches its endpoint. But researchers at UCL’s Queen Square and stroke charities across the UK are working to change this through new models of rehabilitation ranging from intensive in-person therapy to digital neurorehabilitation in the home.
UCL World Stroke Day Forum 2021 presents a short documentary exploring how new reframing rehabilitation can help stroke survivors see improvements even years after a stroke. This will be followed by an interactive panel discussion featuring UCL’s Prof Jenny Crinion, Dr Catherine Doogan, and Prof Nick Ward; and charities The National Brain Appeal and ARNI. Join us to find out how these models of rehabilitation are helping people years after their stroke.