Welcome to the Central East Stroke Network Website

Our website provides practical tools, information, resources and learning opportunities to implement and promote stroke best practices in CESN across the care continuum.

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  • Mood, Cognition & Fatigue following Stroke

    An update for the Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations has been released for Mood, Cognition and Fatigue following Stroke. The recommendations focus on individuals who have had a stroke or transient ischemic attack, but crosses the continuum of care. For more information click here.

  • Stroke Rehabilitation Intensity Newsletter – Spring 2019 Edition

    Check out the Spring 2019 edition of the Stroke Rehabilitation Intensity Newsletter, provided by the Ontario Regional Stroke Networks Rehabilitation Coordinators Group

    Newsletter highlights:

     – Innovative ways to provide stroke rehab intensity

     – Rehabilitation Intensity Learning Module & Quiz update

     – Knowledge check on recording rehabilitation intensity

  • Stroke Distinction

    Congratulations to Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre in being awarded Stroke Distinction from Accreditation Canada for the Acute and Rehab Stroke Program.  A great team effort to showcase excellence in stroke care. 

    “Stroke Distinction is a rigorous and highly specialized program developed in partnership with Heart and Stroke, Canada which follows standards that are based on Canadian Stroke Best Practices, and in-depth, stroke specific performance indicators and protocols.” (Accreditation Canada)

  • Driving after Stroke/TIA

    Check out the updated & aphasia friendly resource guide for patients/healthcare providers when having a conversation about driving post-stroke. Thanks to the Southwestern Ontario for sharing their resources. 

    Driving After a Stroke in Ontario

    Driving After a TIA