Psychological Management of Stroke
Over 100,000 people in the UK experience a stroke each year. Physical problems after stroke can include inability to walk, and to wash and dress independently. Following stroke, at least 35 per cent of patients will have cognitive impairment, and around a third will suffer from depression and /or anxiety. Recently the psychological needs of stroke survivors have been increasingly acknowledged with major efforts to improve services.
This workshop will be presented by the authors of the newly published Psychological Management of Stroke (Wiley 2012) and consider four hot topics in this area; Neuropsychological Assessment and Rehabilitation, Assessing for Driving after Stroke, Managing Fear of Falling and Service Development.
09:30 Registration/tea and coffee
10:00 Workshop starts (there will be a break for lunch)
16:30 Workshop ends
This workshop is intended for Clinical Psychologists, Clinical Neuropsychologists, Trainees, Assistant level psychology practitioners in stroke services & Occupational Therapists.
Learning outcomes and objectives
- Knowledge of the major psychological effects of stroke
- Knowledge of the principal approaches to neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation in stroke
- Ability to screen for cognitive skills needed to drive a car after stroke
- Knowledge and skills in being able to intervene for fear of falling after stroke
- Knowledge of approaches and a plan to develop psychological support services to those with stroke
Facilitator: Dr Ian Kneebone CPsychol AFBPsS, Dr Jamie Macniven CPsychol AFBPsS,
Prof Nadina Lincoln CPsychol FBPsS & Prof Reg Morris CPsychol
DCP Member: £60 (£50 + VAT)
Society Member: £90 (75 + VAT)
Non-Society Member: £120 (£100 + VAT)
From 1 January 2013:
DCP Member: £61.20 (£51 + VAT)
Society Member: £91.80 (£76.50 + VAT)
Non-Society Member: £122.40 (£102 + VAT)
How to book:
Registration for this event has closed.
Tel: +44 (0)116 252 9925
Fax: +44 (0)116 227 1314