SLP’s Role in Stroke Recovery

Another Spooky FUNetic Friday👻

Topic: SLP’s Role in Stroke Recovery

Today is World Stroke Day and SLP’s have an important role in contributing to the stroke recovery journey. By providing resources, and various interventions they collaborate with a team of various care professionals they provide support to the individual and their families. Here is a resource from Speech-Language & Audiology Canada about the various communication difficulties that occur after a stroke.

https://www.sac-oac.ca/sac-resource-page-stroke-awareness?fbclid=IwAR3RY3DLw6tnh30SAFl9p2mZVpjEk_7Hpw1R7CLilZq1XItEGBktBMOazW8

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The group account for the Speech and Hearing Club located at SFU.

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