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Stroke Support Group (Hazard)

The University of Kentucky Center of Excellence in Rural Health invites individuals who have had a stroke, caregivers, or healthcare professionals who provide care for stroke patients, to attend. Please join us to learn more about the group!

Stroke Support Group (Hazard)

The University of Kentucky Center of Excellence in Rural Health invites individuals who have had a stroke, caregivers, or healthcare professionals who provide care for stroke patients, to attend. Please join us to learn more about the group!

Appalachian Research Day: Come Sit on the Porch

Community-based research begins at the local level, built upon the foundation of relationships with individuals, neighborhoods and groups who have common questions and concerns. Appalachian Research Day is an opportunity to join in the discussion and learn about findings from research studies that have occurred in local communities.

Stroke Support Group (Hazard)

The University of Kentucky Center of Excellence in Rural Health invites individuals who have had a stroke, caregivers, or healthcare professionals who provide care for stroke patients, to attend. Please join us to learn more about the group!

Rural Health Grant Writing Workshop

This exciting 1 1/2 day rural health-focused grant writing workshop will explore how to identify funders and prepare a successful grant application, including: grant planning, developing an effective needs statement, writing goals and objectives, preparing work plans, identifying key personnel, and creating realistic budgets.

Stroke Support Group (Hazard)

The University of Kentucky Center of Excellence in Rural Health invites individuals who have had a stroke, caregivers, or healthcare professionals who provide care for stroke patients, to attend. Please join us to learn more about the group!

KARRN end of year luncheon

We look forward to seeing our members in person every December. We’ll share (and thank you for) our accomplishments in 2017 and look ahead to 2018 (including a bit of early planning for our conference). Save the date!

Brain Injury Support Group

NeuroRestorative Lexington is hosting a Brain Injury Support Group for families and friends who have loved ones affected by a brain injury. Your loved ones who have suffered an injury are welcome to attend. This will be a time to meet others in your community who may share similar experiences.

North American Spinal Cord Injury Consortium is established – includes KCSCI

  We were excited to hear about Kentucky Congress on Spinal Cord Injury’s latest news. They, along with other states’ organizations have grouped together to form the North American SCI Consortium (NASCIC). The purpose is to convene organizations in North America that advocate, represent or communicate with people living with spinal cord injury. Their inaugural … Continue reading North American Spinal Cord Injury Consortium is established – includes KCSCI

Research study: Meditation for People after Stroke

Patrick Kitzman met recently with Cheryl Carrico and discussed a current project that is based at Cardinal Hill in Lexington. The study will teach stroke survivors a meditation technique and look at the effects on attention. Ms. Carrico is currently recruiting participants, and more information can be found in this recruitment flyer. The researchers hope to … Continue reading Research study: Meditation for People after Stroke

Monthly KARRN Meeting

Join us in person at the UK Kentucky Clinic, or link in through Zoom as a videoconference or phone call. For details ahead of time, contact Julie at (859) 218-0515 or julie.brock@uky.edu

Waiver Webinar by HDI

Join HDI online or in person at Coldstream on Friday, November 17, 2017 from 1:00-3:00 pm as Lori Gresham from the Department of Medicaid Services provides an overview of waivers, addresses the application process, and discusses upcoming waiver redesign. Visit HDI Seminar Registration to register.    

Stroke Support Group

The University of Kentucky Center of Excellence in Rural Health in partnership with ARH invites individuals who have had a stroke, caregivers, or healthcare professionals who provide care for stroke patients, to attend. Please join us to learn more about the group!!! 

Upcoming election – Accessibility at polling places

Just in time for elections on Tuesday, November 8, we just stumbled upon this nifty resource through Kentucky’s State Board of Elections website. There are reports specific to your voting precinct through a county drop-down menu. The surveys summarize important information such as parking and sidewalk accessibility. Here is an example for a random site – … Continue reading Upcoming election – Accessibility at polling places