Now accepting program applications for Fall 2020
This online graduate level credit certificate is an inter-disciplinary stroke rehabilitation program designed to address the learning needs of rehabilitation clinicians across the continuum of care.
This program provides high quality post-professional education on best-practices and evidence-based guidelines in stroke rehabilitation which will help to increase effectiveness and efficiency in helping stroke survivors to regain function and re-integrate into their home and community lives.
Please contact email@example.com for information about the next offering of the first course in the series, REHAB 540 Stroke Rehabilitation: Best Practice and Critical Review of the Evidence.
'"What I liked most was the variety of modules and the up-to -date review of best practices. I really enjoyed the interaction with the guest lecturers because I was able to ask specific clinical questions to the experts!"
"Very practical learning content, excellent inter professional learning."
"Very pertinent to the interprofessional care of the stroke patient and their families."
"I feel better prepared to see stroke patients, given the background knowledge I learned and the research I was able to read as a result of this course."
"The Online learning format allowed me to take this course. I really liked that interaction of the other therapists.”
“The content was relevant and my knowledge base on the subject has improved which will translate into practice.”
“The course was interesting and provided a very solid introduction to developing critical appraisal skills. The format allowed me to research a topic of particular interest while introducing other interesting clinical topics. The course was very well organized and the instructors genuinely cared about our learning.”
Applying to the Program
The UofA has now moved to a new application system APPLY HERE
The online application will ask for references, supervisors, CV etc. HOWEVER, certificate program applicants DO NOT NEED TO provide this information as admission requirements for certificate programs are relaxed. Please follow the instructions outlined in the document below which provides step by step instructions on how to complete the application.
Applying to Graduate Certificate Programs 2019-2020
Potential Funding Opportunity
Alberta Student Aid (Grant – repayment is NOT required)
Alberta Part-Time Grant: The Alberta Part-Time Grant is available to Alberta residents taking post-secondary education on a part-time basis. Up to $900 per semester is available to eligible students. The maximum grant funding available for one calendar year is $1,800.00. Detailed information can be found at:http://studentaid.alberta.ca/applying-for-funding.aspx
Contact AB Student Aid directly for additional information:http://studentaid.alberta.ca/contacts/