Stroke Rehabilitation: Inpatient Stroke Education
Good Shepherd's “Recovering from Stroke” education series provides education concerning the effects of stroke, stroke recovery and caregiver issues. The program is open to inpatients at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital-Allentown and their family members.
Weekly education topics include:
How Stroke Affects People: Mind, Body, Feelings:
The Importance of Rehabilitation after Stroke:
Preparing the Caregivers after Stroke:
Adjustment after Stroke:
After Discharge from the Hospital:
Preventing Recurrent Stroke:
The education sessions are held every Wednesday from 4 to 4:45 p.m. in the third floor Learning Center at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital – Allentown. Similar educational classes are also held at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation at Pocono Medical Center, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation at Easton Hospital and Good Shepherd-Wayne Memorial Inpatient Rehabilitation Center. Please contact the facility for more information.