This course will increase candidates awareness of what to do when someone is having a stroke and how to care for them both during and afterwards. Candidates will learn ways of helping the person which will be beneficial and supportive. The course is suitable for those who work in health and social care as they are likely to come across people who could have/ have had a stroke.
What a stroke is
Assessment, treatment and aftercare
Positioning and mobility after a stroke
Providing good nutrition after a stroke
Helping people improve bladder and bowel function after a stroke
Communication after a stroke
Helping people with sensory, perception and responsiveness difficulties after a stroke
Helping people with cognitive and emotional issues after a stroke
There are no specific entry requirements for this course, although the ability to communicate in English would be beneficial as course delivery will be in English only.
Duration: 3 hours
Numbers of Delegates
Light refreshments of tea, coffee and water available at no cost throughout the day for courses held at the Nottingham Training Centre.
Nottingham Training Centre
On site at client's premises subject to regulatory standards
Our experienced trainers will be on hand to help guide you through this session.
Assessment: Certification is dependent on successful continuous assessment, there is no final exam. Those students who complete the course and are deemed to have reached the required standard are issued with a certificate that is valid for three years.
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