˜Stroke teams (including stroke service co-ordinators, Patients Advice and Liaison Services (PALS) representatives, GPs, consultants, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, counsellors, psychologists, nursing staff).

Including people with aphasia in stroke research
London
26 July 2005 for 1 day
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User involvement: How to develop and enrich your stroke service
London
19 October 2005 for 1 day
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The good goal setting guide
London
15 November 2005 for 1 day
or
8 March 2006 for 1 day
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Making information accessible
London
22 November 2005 for 1 day
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Social model practice in a medical world (this is a 2-day course)
London
29 November 2005 for 1 day
and
31 January 2006 for 1 day
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Quality of life for people with stroke and aphasia
London
6 December 2005 for 1 day
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About the speakers and facilitators
We have a skilled team of researchers, practitioners and people living with stroke and aphasia who contribute to Connect training events. In addition we draw on the experiences and expertise of other practitioners who know what it takes to bring about practical change for complex issues. To find out more about the speakers click here.

How to apply for training events
To find out more about the individual courses and conferences click on the links in this section or contact Carole Cross.

Application form
To book on any of the courses, please click here for an application form.