The June 2014 edition includes tips on using the stroke workbook with people living with aphasia by speech and language therapists, reflections on goal setting in rehabilitation, Bridges in Ireland and how one OT there has used it in a group setting, starting self-management support on an acute stroke ward, perspectives of a stroke survivor and student Physiotherapist, latest Bridges news and a research and policy update.
In the December 2013 edition, find out what it means for Bridges to be a social enterprise in terms of it’s training programmes and research opportunities. Read about the impact of Bridges training on the acute stroke unit at St. George’s hospital in London as well as a community stroke team in Bury.
The June 2013 issue sees Bridges reaching wider in the world, including an update on our project taking place in New Zealand and reflections on using Bridges in Austria. You can also find out more about the the people behind Bridges by reading interviews with 2 members of the Bridges Advisory Group and a reflective account from a new Bridges trainer. As usual, we have included updates on relevant publications and policy to help you keep abreast of research in stroke.