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Stroke Rehab Resorce Guide

Stroke Rehab Resorce Guide

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The intent of the
Stroke Rehabilitation Resource Guide 
is to enable stroke careproviders seeking information related to the rehabilitation of the stroke survivor toaccess that information, in a user-friendly format, on the Heart and StrokeFoundation of Ontario’s Professional Education Web site.Users are encouraged to contribute additional available resources for inclusion inthis Guide by e-mailingcss@hsf.on.ca.
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario
Best Practice Guidelines for Stroke Care: A Resource forImplementing Optimal Stroke Care
Best Practice Guidelines for Stroke Care is a resource for implementing optimalstroke care. It incorporates 19 evidence-based practice guidelines across thecontinuum of stroke care.
=>Ontario Stroke System => Best PracticeGuidelines
Stroke Rehabilitation System Consensus Panel Final Report 2007
 A Consensus Panel was convened in 2006-2007 to develop a framework andkey stroke rehabilitation standards for the purpose of provincial policydevelopment and regional planning as well as evaluation and performancemonitoring of stroke rehabilitation services. The Panel also identified thenecessary tools and processes to support effective transitions to and fromappropriate rehabilitation settings across the continuum.
=>Ontario Stroke System =>Rehabilitation
Tips and Tools for Everyday Living: A Guide for Stroke Caregivers
The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, together with the OntarioAssociation of Community Care Access Centres, the Ontario Association of Non-Profit Homes and Services for Seniors, the Ontario Long Term Care Association,and the Ontario Community Support Association, developed this guide andcompanion video in consultation with front line workers.
 www.heartandstroke.ca/profed =>Ontario Stroke System => ProfessionalResources => Long-term care/Community
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario (HSFO) resources can be ordered from(416) 489-7111 x 389 orcsor@hsf.on.ca 
Evidence Based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation(EBRSR)
The Evidence-Based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation (
) reviews currentpractices in stroke rehabilitation. The purpose of the Evidence-Based Review ofStroke Rehabilitation is to support the continuing review of stroke rehabilitationresearch with the “purpose of maintaining timely and accurate information oneffective stroke rehabilitation, identifying ideas for further research, supportingcontinuous peer-review and encouraging improved evidence-based practice.”
1. Intro and Methods2. Clinical Consequences of Stroke3. Background Concepts in Stroke4. Managing the Stroke Rehab Triage Process5. The Efficacy of Stroke Rehab6. The Elements of Stroke Rehab7. Outpatient Stroke Rehab8. Secondary Prevention of Stroke9. Mobility and the Lower Extremity10. Upper Extremity Interventions11. Painful Hemiplegic Shoulder12. Cognitive Disorders and Apraxia13. Perceptual Disorders14. Aphasia15. Dysphagia and Aspiration Post-Stroke16. Nutritional Interventions following Stroke17. Medical Complications Post-Stroke18. Post-Stroke Depression19. Community Reintegration20. Miscellaneous Treatments21. Outcome Measures in Stroke RehabEBRSR Appendices:1. Anticoagulant Therapy2. Antiplatelet Therapy3. Hypertension4. Hyperlipidemia5. Management of Post-Stroke Pain6. Botox in the Treatment of Limb Spasticity7. Most Important Clinical Studies8. Important Findings9. Publications
Sponsored by McGill University, this site focuses on stroke rehabilitationand interventions. Information is derived from quality articles, websites andsystematic reviews. Topics are listed alphabetically and all information hasbeen reviewed using a systematic process.
Stroke Strategy of Southeastern Ontario
The Stroke Strategy of Southeastern Ontario is one of 11 regional systemsestablished across the province to implement the Ontario Stroke Strategy. Itsgoal is to help healthcare professionals deliver best-practice stroke preventionand care in Southeastern Ontario.
Rehabilitation Education Program for Stroke (REPS)
REPS was developed through a partnership between the Heart and StrokeFoundation of Ontario (HSFO), and the University of Toronto. A web-basedprogram in stroke rehabilitation designed for registered nurses, occupationaltherapists, physiotherapists and speech-language pathologists.

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