This is a half day classroom-based training session for those working in health and social care in order for them to be aware of the signs and impact of strokes and how to respond effectively to someone experiencing a stroke. The course features a range of group work, activities including role play and discussions to enhance learner skill development. This training session can be accessed via a link and is accessible from a range of devices including IOS and Android platforms.
This course offers a blended learning approach including a short scenario, a workbook, infographics and a classroom style training session.
Aims & Objectives
- Recognise signs and symptoms of a stroke
- Demonstrate the effects of a stroke, both physically and on the nervous system
- Understand what to do when you suspect someone has had a stroke
Consider the aspects of an individual’s life that can be affected by a stroke
Psychologists, Teachers, Speech Therapists, Learning Support Assistants, Residential Social Workers, Health Care Workers, Social Care Workers, Support Centre Practitioners, Youth Workers, Support Worker, Nursing Staff, Children’s Residential Care Workers, Education workers.
This course is accredited by Advantage Accreditation.