Neuroplasticity in Stroke Rehabilitation

Course Overview

Content now available online! In support of the government’s call for social distancing in an effort to contain COVID-19 spread, this course has been converted into an online module. This course has been accredited for 6 CEUs and consists of:
  1. A 2 hour online presentation on Practice principles to optimise neuroplasticity in stroke rehabilitation
  2. A 1 hour live Zoom case study and question and answer session with Juliana on Friday 3 July from 9am – 10am.
  3. 15 multiple choice questions about the course to ensure the course has been watched and the content understood, in accordance with HPCSA requirements for points allocation.
  4. On completion of the questionnaire, you will be able to print your CEU certificate for 3 CEU points.
  5. Your registration fee also gives you access to an associated online journal article activity which has been accredited for 3 CEUs. Once you have read the article and completed the quiz, you will be able to print your CEU certificate for a further 3 CEUs.
This Coffee Club will explore neuroplasticity and discuss how to tailor therapy in order to maximise plasticity in adult patients post stroke. The workshop will include :
  • Identifying clients with potential for neuroplasticity
  • The principles to optimise neuroplasticity.
  • Practical application of these principles in therapy and in different fields.
  • Video case study examples.
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R580.00 R450.00

About the Presenter


The OT Link is excited to welcome Juliana Freeme back to present a follow up Coffee Club.  

Juliana (MSc (OT Neurosciences)) has worked in academia for the past 12 years. She has mentored and taught hundreds of students predominantly in the fields of adult neurological rehabilitation and paediatrics. She has presented at numerous local and international conferences and has authored 5 publications. She is at the cutting edge of Adult Neuro Rehabilitation in South Africa and is well qualified to share her insights on best practice in our context. 

In 2019, Juliana presented Coffee Club CPD: Stroke: Using prognostic indicators to guide treatment approach and selection of outcome measures. The workshop was very well received and participants requested Juliana present a follow up workshop discussing how to implement neuroplasticity principles in practice.


Additional information


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