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Stroke Survivors Empowering Each Other- Teleconference

Teleconference Series

 

SSEEO invites you to call in and join the lunch and learn series for stroke survivors, caregivers and healthcare professionals.

 

Post Stroke Depression and Fatigue

presented by

Mary F. Schmidt, PhD, ABPP Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology Advocate Lutheran General Hospital

  • What are the signs and symptoms of depression?
  • What is post stroke fatigue?
  • How can I increase my energy and mood?
  • What resources are available if I need help with depression or fatigue after my stroke?

 

Our next call is Tuesday, February 9th

12:00 pm-1:00 pm cst

Download call details here:  Lunch & Learn Flyer

Participation on the calls is absolutely free 

Call 1-800-920-7487 and enter passcode 66523867#

 

For more information or to review past teleconferences please visit www.sseeo.org

 

 

 

P.O. Box 855 Lombard, Il | info@sseeo.org | (888) 988-8047

 

Together WE Can Make a Difference

Post Stroke Depression and Fatigue

 

Resource from National Stroke Association – Careliving

National Stroke Association is pleased to announce the official launch of Careliving Community, a new online social network designed exclusively for caregivers and family members of stroke survivors.

This free private space allows caregivers and loved ones of stroke survivors to connect, share advice and swap stories through a discussion forum. Careliving also offers a blog written by fellow caregivers and live chats with experts on caregiving.

Careliving was developed based on a serious need among caregivers for a private online support space where individuals can find peer-level support and also learn to take better care of themselves.

Caregivers can join the Careliving Community at www.stroke.org/careliving.