Course Overview of Stroke Awareness
Stroke Awareness course is aimed primarily at people working in adult care as they are likely to be working closely with people that are most at risk of having a stroke. In the UK, strokes are the fourth-leading cause of mortality and a major contributor to disability.
Knowing the causes and symptoms will enable you to act quickly if you suspect someone is having a stroke, giving them the best chance of receiving the necessary care and reducing the condition’s long-term effects.
The types of strokes, their symptoms, and risk factors will all be covered in this course.
Knowing the signs of a stroke can help you recognise them and take rapid action if you come into touch with someone who is experiencing them. The likelihood of a successful recovery from a stroke increases with the speed of medical intervention.
As online training is convenient, effective, and affordable, candidates may complete the courses at their own speed and on their own schedule, allowing them to fit the training around their other commitments.
If you work in the adult social care industry, there are several courses in our health and social care suite. It would be excellent complements to this course as a follow-up. They all will help you expand your knowledge.
Diabetes awareness, dementia awareness, and epilepsy awareness are three specific subjects that directly support to this course. Because these are all conditions that can either raise the chance of having a stroke.
Duration: 55 minutes
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- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 55 minutes
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes