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  • Where to Begin with the Lower Functioning Individual: Using a NDT Approach

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  • Return to Work (RTW) Post Stroke: A practical approach for clinicians

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  • A Stroke Best Practice Spotlight Event: Post Stroke Fatigue – frustrated and invisible

    Speakers:  Dr. C. Yang and Trish Rodgers OT Open to all health care providers working in stroke across the care continuum This virtual education event focuses on: ✓ identifying screening and assessment approaches, goals for treatment and recovery ✓ evaluating the impact of fatigue on high level of community reintegration, e.g., return to work and driving ✓ Reviewing practical tips and implementation resources Event link coming in August

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The Central East Stroke Network (CESN) Education Fund supports professional development opportunities that incorporate stroke best practice. Clinicians working in stroke care within CESN can be funded up to a maximum of $500 per fiscal year to support registration costs for stroke-related workshops, courses, conferences or projects which align with best practice. Travel and accommodation expenses are not eligible. Education applications will continue to be accepted until the allocated funds are used for the current fiscal year.

Stroke Rehabilitation Intensity Learning Module & Quiz

To support the provision and collection of Stroke Rehabilitation Intensity, a Rehabilitation Intensity Learning Module & Quiz was developed in 2017 by the Ontario Regional Stroke Networks’ Rehabilitation Coordinator Group for inpatient rehabilitation programs that report to the National Rehabilitation Reporting System. This resource was later adapted to an eLearning module in 2020 by the University Health Network for local and provincial use.


The Rehabilitation Intensity quiz is located at the end of the module. Since your program may have established structures for education completion and quiz tracking, connect with your manager prior to starting the quiz.

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E-learning course focusing on screening and prescribing aerobic exercise post stroke.

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Therapeutic Bed Positioning of the Stroke Patient

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Introduction to Supported Conversation (SCA™) eModule (Aphasia Institute) 

A free, short, online course for Health Care Professionals


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Champlain Stroke Network E-modules

Open to all healthcare providers. You must create an account to proceed.

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West GTA Stroke Network Virtual Classroom

E-learning modules available to clinicians. You must register to proceed.

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Looking for local community resources? Please visit the links below for more information:

Central East Line
Central Health Line
NSM Health Line