Assessing cognition after stroke. Who misses out? Kylie J. Wall

November 11, 2015

Cognitive impairments post-stroke are common. Assessment of cognition typically involves pen-and-paper tasks, which are often reliant on linguistic and motor function, creating barriers for many stroke survivors. The characteristics of stroke survivors excluded from cognitive assessments have never been investigated.

Please take a look at the World Stroke Academy, the e-learning platform of the World Stroke Organisation. 
 
The music used in this podcast ‘Peace Within’ composed by Peter Rudenko is licence free. 
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