|Along with just about everything else in 2020, our team at NeuroRecovery Learning has had to adapt and change to accommodate the need for remote learning during the age of COVID. We are happy to report that access to online spinal cord injury specific education and recovery-based professional development opportunities are alive and well.
NeuroRecovery Learning continues to meet this current need by providing opportunities for rehabilitation clinicians, researchers, and other healthcare professionals to access the scientific knowledge, apply evidence-based techniques, and hone clinical skills that promote spinal cord injury recovery. Online educational courses, remote teleinstruction, and in-person hands-on training are available now with new courses coming available soon.
We’ve successfully taught courses on Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation and Locomotor Training remotely. This pandemic continues to force adaptability and ‘outside of the box’ thinking. We are relentless in our mission to disseminate the most up-to-date scientific and clinical information about spinal cord injury recovery.
Current selection of courses and professional development opportunities available at:
Recovery-based NeuroRehabilitation through NeuroRecovery Learning
Together Susan Harkema, PhD, Director and Andrea Behrman, PhD, PT, Co-Director, of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation’s NeuroRecovery Network (NRN) created NeuroRecovery Learning, a nonprofit organization designed to be a centralized hub for accessing evidenced-based knowledge of spinal cord injury neurorehabilitation.
NeuroRecovery Learning is committed to creating and promoting a culture of evidence-based practice through education and providing opportunities for clinicians and researchers from all over the country to be trained in standardized activity-based therapy techniques.