Neurological Rehabilitation – Acute Care of Stroke Clients

Level 1B

Starting at: $630.00 $535.50

Montreal February 6, 2021 - February 7, 2021
Promotional price «Early-bird»


2-day course

This course is given in class, but can be followed via webcast if you cannot travel to Montreal. If the confinement is extended again, all participants will take the course via webcast.

Level 1B: Early bird rate at $535.50 until January 6, 2021. Regular rate; $630

Combo Level 1B and 2: Early bird rate at $995 until January 6, 2021. Regular rate: $1170.

People presenting with neurological conditions following a stroke are present throughout all practices: in rehabilitation, in hospitals, in private practice clinics, and in residential or home support settings.

This 2-day Level 1B training is designed for rehabilitation professionals working in neurology – specifically with stroke patients – in public or private settings and who want to increase their knowledge in neuropathology for this clientele. Participants will be able to develop their skills to intervene with a clientele presenting with a post-stroke neurological condition (stroke).

It is possible to obtain a Neuro-Academic Certification by completing Level 1 (A or B) and Level 2. See the description of Level 1A and Level 2. Once you have completed your certification, you will be able to continue your progress towards the various Level 3 courses offered.

Level 1B Course Plan (over 2 days)

Theoretical part:

Review of the anatomy and neurophysiology of stroke

  • Consequences
  • Precautions
  • Contraindications (0-48h, 48-72h, 3 days, 2 weeks)

Assessments to support post-stroke: (Day 1 to 7)

  • For all
  • More serious cases
  • Less severe cases
  • Posterior stroke

Review of neuroplasticity

  • From recovery to reorganization
  • Understanding the different steps

Review of post-stroke best practices:

  • According to Canadian Stroke Best Practices Guidelines
  • According to Avert Trial

Planning a leave of absence

  • CRDP
  • RAD
  • Geriatric rehabilitation

Approaches to be encouraged

  • Compensatory vs. recuperative
  • Early mobilization
  • Principles of motor learning and specificity of training
  • Management of spasticity
  • Weakness/flaccidity management
  • Consequences of aging
  • Impact of cognitive impairment
  • Disorders related to infection control

Practical part:

  • Treatments: EMV: sitting, standing
  • Treatments: positioning
  • Treatments: MS (spasticity, flaccidity)
  • Treatments: Walking (facilitation and technical aids)
  • Demonstration with patient

The Neuro-Academic Certification is presented in collaboration with Neuro-Concept:

Using evidence-based data, Neuro-Concept has been applying efficient practices in the rehabilitation and re-education of neurological patients for several years. The approaches used combine conventional therapies with technical and technological innovations. All health professionals of the training academy are qualified and specialized in neurorehabilitation, in addition to being involved in research and teaching at the academic level. They have received advanced training that allows them to use a variety of approaches to meet the specific needs of people presenting with neurological disorders.


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