Improving stroke care in the community – KT Equal Conference – Nov 23rd 2011 Bath

Despite strong evidence that organised stroke care improves outcomes (Stroke Trialist Collaboration, 2003), organisational issues and resource limitation meant that many patients still do not receive adequate specialist community stroke rehabilitation. Stroke Networks are tasked with working with local agencies to ensure that specialist care is available for all appropriate patients (National Audit Office, Improving…

EfS endorsed by the UKFST

LLT have received endorsement for the Exercise and Fitness Training after Stroke course from the UK Forum for Stroke Training. We can now use the UKFST Quality Mark on our documentation and Certificates. The quality mark has a unique code for the EfS course – QM0045. To find out more about the standards required by…

Best Practice Guidance for the Development of Exercise after Stroke Services in Community Settings

The LLT EfS course is recommended in the Best Practice Guidance for the Development of Exercise after Stroke Services in Community Settings November 2010, which can be downloaded from the Exercise After Stroke Website. This website is part of a Scottish Government funded project to scope the provision of Exercise after Stroke services across Scotland…