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Presenter: Sally Kirby, Facilitator Self-Management Program – Central LHIN


What’s Available in South Simcoe & York Region? Community Services Supporting Persons with Stroke During COVID-19

Presentations by: March of Dimes and the Central LHIN Self-Management Program. Download the handouts for more information: MOD Virtual ProgramsCentral Self-Management Program


Part 2 in Series: What’s Available in NSM – Community Services Supporting Persons with Stroke During COVID-19

Presentations by VON SMART program and the NSM LHIN on Virtual Home Care for Stroke and Acquired Brain Injury. Download the handouts for more information: VON SMART ProgramNSM LHIN HCC


What’s Available in Durham and HKPR? Community Services Supporting Persons with Stroke During COVID-19

Presentations by Central East LHIN Self -Management Program, March of Dimes After Stroke Care Program and Virtual Regional Cardiovascular Rehab. Download the handouts for more information: MOD HKPR After StrokeVirtual Regional CV RehabPowerful Tools for Caregivers Program DescriptionPowerful Tools for Caregivers Program Class DescriptionPowerful Tools for Caregivers Workshop Slide Deck


What’s Available in North Simcoe Muskoka? Community Services Supporting Persons with Stroke During COVID-19

Presentations by March of Dimes and Brain Injury Services Muskoka Simcoe. Download the handouts for more information: March of Dimes Canada & After StrokeBrain Injury Services Muskoka-Simcoe


What’s new in AEROBICS? Updates to the Aerobic Exercise Recommendations to Optimize Best Practices in Care After Stroke

Presented by Dr. Ada Tang , Physical therapist, Associate Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Science at McMaster University, and Clinician-Scientist (Phase II) with the Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation (March 3rd, 2020)


What is community reintegration and how can we better promote it?

Presented by: Dr. Mary Egan, Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Ottawa (October 10, 2019)


Case Examples for the Canadian Neurological Scale

This video was developed in 2018 and contains case examples to be used in conjunction with the Canadian Neurological Scale Training Video located on the Canadian Stroke Best Practice website.


Four Birds with One Stone: Reparative, neuroplastic, cardiorespiratory and metabolic benefits of aerobic exercise post-stroke

Presented by Dr. Michelle Ploughman, Canada Research Chair in Neuroplasticity, Neurorehabilitation and Brain Recovery. Rehabilitation Research Unit (RRUNL), L.A. Miller Centre, St. John’s NL (February 12, 2019)


What are fitness coordinators’ and instructors’ experiences working with healthcare partners in the Together in Movement and Exercise (TIME) program?

Presented by Dr. Nancy Salbach, Department of Physical Therapy, Associate Professor, University of Toronto (January 15, 2019


Knowledge to Action: How the iWalk Toolkit can Improve Walking Assessment Post-Stroke

Presented by Dr. Nancy Salbach, Department of Physical Therapy, Associate Professor, University of Toronto (November 29, 2018)


Viatherapy: A Smartphone App for post Stroke Arm Recovery

Presented by Mark Bayley, MD FRCPC; Medical Director, Brain and Spinal Cord Rehab; Professor, University of Toronto (April 13, 2018)


The International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative (IDDSI): History, Framework and Steps Towards Implementation

Presented by Professor Catriona M. Steele, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BCS-S, S-LP(c), Reg. CASLPO, ASHA Fellow (March 28, 2018)


How does the TIME™ Program Affect the Daily Lives of Participants with Neurological Conditions and their Caregivers? Results of a Qualitative Study

Presented by Dr. Nancy Salbach, PT, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Toronto (June 7, 2016)