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Enriched environments in stroke rehabilitation

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The Clinical Neuroscience Centre

33 Queen Square

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London ACPIN are delighted to present a fantastic study day with Heidi Janssen, exploring environmental enrichment (EE) in acquired brain injury.

Heidi Janssen is a Physiotherapist and Researcher at the Hunter Medical Research Institute, Newcastle, NSW, Australia.

Heidi will be speaking about about the theory of enriched environments, animal models, evidence base, in community and inpatient environments. Click HERE for link to article

This study day aims to;

Provide evidence in animal models of acquired brain injury regarding the anatomical, molecular and behavioural effects of exposure to enriched environments.

Outline the main hypotheses concerning the underlying mechanisms of effect

Discuss barriers and enablers to activity and implementing enriched environments from both perspective of patient with ABI and staff, based on delegates’ experiences and research findings.

Present published evidence for the use of enriched environments with people recovering from or living with an ABI: in the Acute, Sub-acute and Chronic stages

09:00 registration for 9:30 start

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Basement Lecture Theatre

The Clinical Neuroscience Centre

33 Queen Square

London

WC1N 3BG

United Kingdom

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

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