May 25, 2022
12:00 pm ET

Following a stroke, individuals may experience physical, sensory, cognitive, behavioral and emotional impairments. When stroke patients do not receive adequate support for psychological effects of stroke, it can hinder recovery and reduce one’s motivation to pursue rehabilitation. An increased focus on psychological care following a stroke can improve one’s recovery and improve overall quality of life.                                                                                                      
After this 60-minute webinar you will be able to:
  • Define common neuropsychiatric symptoms that occur within different stroke syndromes
  • Identify risk factors associated with post-stroke depression.
  • Recognize factors that affect recovery from post-stroke depression.
  • Describe interventions associated with psychological recovery and adjustment following stroke.
This presentation offers one hour of CEU accreditation from CCMC and CRC.

Featuring Special Guest Brian Propp – LIVE!

Seven years ago, a massive stroke left former Philadelphia Flyer and 5-Time NHL All-Star Brian Propp with mobility and speech difficulties. Despite the physical and psychological challenges he faced, his fiercely positive attitude and expert transdisciplinary team helped get him back on the ice – and back to his life – just 18 months later.

Join us to hear Brian’s story as he recounts his inspirational journey back to the game of life!


Claire McGrath
Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology
Clinical Director

Tiffany Channing