YoungStroke 2016 aims to raise awareness of barriers to return to function and viable solutions for enhanced quality of life for young stroke survivors. Your participation would contribute much toward the engagement of our stroke community in provocative and concentrated discourse to propel research and best practices for this distinctive population.
OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of YoungStroke 2016, participants will have significantly enhanced awareness of barriers to return to function, and viable solutions that can enhance return to function in young stroke survivors.
Innovative clinical practice. World-class medical experts will address their peer physicians and nurses about an array of neurological clinical advancements enabling enhanced quality of life including international guidelines and perspectives .
Enhanced life skills. Technological advances to manage medications, mastering driving evaluations, and financial recovery are examples of practical applications to be addressed to benefit our survivor and caregiver community.
Multi-disciplinary peer exchange. Focus groups comprised of all stakeholders will address return to work and the discharge process to foster international research collaborations for viable solutions.
Access to care. To improve the health of young stroke survivors to "return to function" with complimentary access to on-site adaptive gym. Additionally, attendees may tour a new state of the art rehabilitation facility. Ask the Expert consultations to get ensure immediate responses to health issues preventing "return to function.
TARGET AUDIENCE Physicians, Physician Assistants,Neurologists, Cardiologists, Stroke Coordinators, Stroke Nurses, Rehabilitation Nurses, Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists, Public Health Administrators, Nurses, EMS Responders, Stroke Survivors, Caregivers and others engaged along the stroke continuum of care.