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  • Courage Kenny Grad School is for anyone affected by spinal cord injury or stroke.

    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

  • To register, call

    For more about session topics, call 612-863-3201.