Courage Kenny Grad School is an education series for people with spinal cord injuries or strokes and their families and care providers. The courses are free, but pre-registration is required. To register, call 612-863-7306.
Courage Kenny Grad School provides a bimonthly forum for exploring ongoing issues along with identifying networking opportunities in the community. Presenters come from a variety of backgrounds, including physiatry, occupational therapy, physical therapy, psychology, social work, nutrition, therapeutic recreation, and even lay people in the community. For information about session topics, call 612-863-3201.
Stroke Lecture Series
Stroke survivors and their care partners are invited to Courage Kenny Grad School: Stroke Lecture Series. This free information series features presentations by experts from Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute on topics related to recovery and living life after a stroke.
The classes alternate between Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis and United Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota. All classes are from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of the month.
For more about these sessions, call Sue Newman, stroke rehabilitation program coordinator, at 612-863-4996.
Source: Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute Reviewed by: Jennifer Theis, MSOTR/C, program coordinator, Courage Kenny Spinal Cord System of Care First Published: 03/22/2011 Last Reviewed: 03/03/2011