DW. Fatigue is common with many disabling disorders. A recent feasibility study in patients after stroke estimates the feasibility of a trial of a telephone-based cognitive intervention. Essential initial work; only 20% of people approached responded. https://doi.org/10.1177/02692155221113908

What are the most frequently used speech rehabilitation treatments for dysarthria after stroke?
Speech rehabilitation in dysarthria after stroke: a systematic review of the studies https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32434313/

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Activities

Joint 2022 SRR & Scottish AHP Forum Winter Conference

Rehabilitation Technology to Support Self-Management

Date Wednesday 9th November 2022

Location Sir Jules Thorn Centre for Co-Creation of Rehabilitation Technology, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

After two years of online conferences, we cannot wait to welcome you to our exciting face to face conference. This conference will focus on innovative rehabilitation technology to support self-management for people with long-term conditions, especially stroke.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m0018d55/click-software-on-prescription (the centre is featured from 5:40s)

To read more details about the conference click here

For key instructions to submit a research abstract for this particular conference, we have some specific information to follow from here.

Once you have read the instructions for completing an abstract please submit your it via our abstract submission portal here.

To book your early bird ticket click here

TOMs CONNECT 2022

Birmingham, Tues 15th Nov

To read more about this year’s conference including the speakers and programme, and to book your place, click here

We are please to be sharing new of this paper, which is written by members of the new Person-Centred Neurosciences Steering Committee, which takes a unique approach to exploring the challenges when communicating new about life-altering diagnosis and prognosis. It can be read from here.

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