Jim Thorpe Stroke Conference - An Interdisciplinary Approach to Stroke Rehabilitation 

July 23-24, 2022

INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center
3300 Northwest Expressway 
Oklahoma City, OK 73112


Target Audience

Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists and Nurses that treat patients that have had a cerebral vascular accident in a variety of settings. Other medical professionals interested in the courses are also welcome to attend. 


Registration Link: Jim Thorpe Stroke Conference 2022 Registration 

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Conference Cost:   $300.00 for licensed attendees, $100.00 for students

*Discount is available to Jim Thorpe Education Subscription holders 


Continuing Education Information: 

12 hours of continuing education credit is available for Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Speech Language Pathologists who attend each session. 

8 hours of continuing education credit is available for Nursing (Saturday only). 

Appropriate courses for Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists will be submitted to the Oklahoma Medical Board for continuing education approval. 

All courses designated for Speech Language Pathologists will be pre-approved through the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) for continuing education credit. All attendees will have ASHA credit submitted unless otherwise specified. 

Certificates of attendance are available for any other medical professionals interested in attending this conference. Course information will be provided upon request for those who wish to submit for education credit outside of the specified disciplines. 


Conference Schedule:

This course list/schedule is subject to change, however a minimum of 12 hours will be available for each discipline specified above.  

Saturday, July 23, 2022

Start Time

Course Speaker CEU Credit


Medications Commonly Used in Stroke Recovery

Dr. Brent Tipton PT, OT, SLP, Nursing


Stroke Rehabilitation: Medical Considerations for the Rehabilitation Professional Dr. Ashish Masih PT, OT, SLP, Nursing


Physical Therapy Concepts in Stroke Recovery

Rebecca-Anne Wayland PT
  Occupational Therapy Concepts in Stroke Recovery Stacy Bockelman OT

Stroke Concepts for the Speech-Language Pathologist

Derick Deweber SLP


Pressure Ulcers and Skin Management Lindsey Latham, Karolina Estrada PT, OT, Nursing


Communication for the Patient with Aphasia

Susan Dowell PT, OT, SLP, Nursing


Lunch Provided by Chick-fil-A and Jim Thorpe Clinical Development  


Applied Neuroanatomy in Stroke Rehabilitation

Rebecca-Anne Wayland PT, OT, SLP, Nursing


Pushing Back Against Pusher’s Syndrome: Contralateral Pushing and Post Stroke Rehabilitation Ashley Faircloth PT, OT
  A Hard Pill to Swallow: Dysphagia Management for the Post Stroke Patient, Section 1 Devan Clark SLP, Nursing


Using Aquatic Therapy to Improve Gait and Balance with Stroke Patients

Patricia K. Clifton, Deborah Williams PT, OT


Neglect following Acquired Brain Injury Katherine Byrne PT, OT
  A Hard Pill to Swallow: Dysphagia Management for the Post Stroke Patient, Section 2 Devan Clark SLP


Bowel and Bladder Training following a CVA: Important Information for Rehabilitation Professionals

Lindsey Latham, Karolina Estrada OT, Nursing


How Do our Patients Measure Up: Outcome Measures for the Stroke Population Rebecca-Anne Wayland, Stacy Bockleman, Susan Dowell PT, OT, SLP
  Personality Changes Lindsey Latham, Karolina Estrada PT, OT, SLP, Nursing


Sunday, July 24, 2022

Start Time

Course Speaker CEU Credit


Edema Management of the Neurological Hand

Tara Turvey PT, OT


Right Hemisphere Disorders and the Art of Looking Left Devan Clark SLP


Ankle Foot Orthoses: Patient Evaluation and Design Criteria

Mark P PT, OT
 9:00-10:00 This is How We Roll: Wheelchair Selection for the Patient with a Stroke Julie Harrison PT, OT

Acute Concepts in Stroke Rehabilitation

Malinda Crowell, Nicole Card PT, OT


Inpatient Rehab Treatment Strategies for Maximizing Recovery in the Acute and Subacute Stroke Patient Population  Ashley Faircloth PT, OT


Outpatient Concepts in Stroke Recovery

Kylie Sterling PT, OT


Using AAC in Post-Stroke Language Recovery Kelsey Wyer  SLP


An Interdisciplinary Approach to Stroke Recovery Group PT, OT,  SLP


INTEGRIS Health is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s commission on accreditation. This activity has been provided through INTEGRIS Health for 8 contact hours if all sessions are attended. Participants are required to attend the complete session and turn in an evaluation for each session attended in order to receive contact hours for that session. No influencing relationships or conflicts of interest have been identified in the planning or presentation of this activity.


This conference is presented by INTEGRIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation and is sponsored by:

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National Seating and Mobility

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Pate Rehabilitation

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