Concurrent Diagnoses in Pediatric Stroke Survivors: A Literature Review

Name: Allya DaCosta Collaborators Name(s): Mary Desrocher Program & Year: Psychology, 3rd year Project Type: Review Paper

Name: Allya DaCosta

Collaborators Name(s): Mary Desrocher

Program & Year: Psychology, 3rd year

Project Type: Review Paper

10 thoughts on “Concurrent Diagnoses in Pediatric Stroke Survivors: A Literature Review

    1. Thank you so much, Dr. Perry! I’d love to connect and discuss how your intervention effectiveness research, in relation to developmental outcomes, could be applied in this context.

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  1. Great work Allya! I’m always impressed when you’re able to turn a comprehensive review into such a concise and informative poster.

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  2. Interesting work Allya! Just like you mentioned, its wiidely thought that stroke can only occur in older adults. It’s refreshing to see some insight into how it effects paediatric survivors and the concurrent diagnosis that can be present but are often overlooked. Thanks!

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    1. Thank you so much for your comment, Felicia! It’s true, a common misconception is that pediatric stroke doesn’t occur, which may be due to the lack of public education provided on the topic. Interestingly, common concurrent diagnoses associated with pediatric stroke have been understudied, so it’s exciting to be able to conduct this research. If you have any questions about this topic, I’d be more than happy to chat via email, so just let me know!

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