Understanding Stroke: A Workshop for Families & Friends

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Understanding Stroke: A Workshop for Families & Friends
October 24, 2012 6:00 pm
October 24, 2012 9:00 pm
July 17, 2012
GF Strong Rehab Centre, Room 189 (SSSR)
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4255 Laurel Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Is this for you?

Everyone is welcome. 

This workshop is for survivors, families and friends who want to learn more about life after a stroke.

Is there a cost?

No, this workshop is free to attend for families and friends.

Cost for staff and student session.

Do I have to register?

Registration is needed, we would like to know how many of your family members and friends will be joining us. Please let us know by calling 604-737-6221 or emailing: sarah.pike@vch.ca

Workshop Description…

This is a chance for survivors, families and friends to learn about how the brain works, stroke and recovery. We also talk about life after a stroke, including strategies to help and available resources.

Workshop Format…

• This 3 hour education session is facilitated by a doctor and educator from the Acquired Brain Injury Program at GF Strong Rehab Centre

• It is open, informal and a chance to learn from others whose lives are changed by a stroke

• Your concerns, questions and experiences guide the session

What will I learn?

You will learn about:

• the brain and how it works

• the many changes that happen after a stroke

• practical rehabilitation strategies to help

• life after stroke and resources to help you through your journey

More questions?

For more information please call the GF Strong Educator at 604-737-6221.

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