Released in June 2021, Ontario’s Annual Stroke Report (2019/20) provides an overview of stroke system performance in the province. The eleven (11) provincial stroke networks use this report to enable system planning and decision making, reflecting best practice, leading to system improvements, and ultimately better outcomes for patients and families with stroke....
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Northwestern Ontario Stroke Rehab Round-up Fall 2021 Edition - A collection of educational events, new resources & more! Funding for Northwestern Ontario clinicians to support stroke-related professional development may be available through the Northwestern Ontario Regional Stroke Network Education Fund. ...
Listen to a 5 minute radio clip where online students recognize and act upon their professor having a stroke....
Northwestern Ontario Stroke Rehab Round-up Fall 2020 Edition: A collection of educational events, new resources & more!
The Northwestern Ontario Stroke Rehab Round-up Fall 2020 Edition offer you a collection of educational events, new resources & more. Join Esme French, November 3, 2020 for an informal review these events and resources. All resources are provided with hyperlinks for your easy access to events and education. ...
Education and Events
Note: All in-person events have been postponed until further notice
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Upcoming Events › NWO Stroke Network
Many individuals who suffer from a neurological injury post CVA or brain injury have limitations in using their involved upper extremity in function. Activating and progressing the involved upper extremity for function, is a consistent goal for both patients and therapists. This one-day virtual workshop will present NDT principles related to coordinated movements of the trunk and upper extremity for active support and for developing reach.Find out more »