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.

 


Upcoming Events

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  • 11th Aphasia Knowledge Exchange Day

    May, 4th, 2020 from: 9:30 am to 3:30 pm EST
    Location: Barrie Free Methodist Church, 284 Cundles Rd E, Barrie

    The Ontario Aphasia Centres Interest Group in partnership with the Central East Stroke Network is hosting this inter-professional opportunity to […]

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

    March, 3rd, 2020 from: 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm EST
    Location: Webinar - MUST REGISTER

    This webinar will be of interest to healthcare professionals across the care continuum who are working with individuals post-stroke.  By […]

  • Community Stroke Partners Day – Cobourg

    March, 26th, 2020 from: 11:30 am to 4:00 pm EST
    Location: Lions Community Centre, 157 Elgin St E. Cobourg

    This half-day session provides an opportunity to for service providers and persons living with stroke to share information, and learn about community […]

  • Community Stroke Partners Day – Orillia

    March, 11th, 2020 from: 11:30 am to 4:00 pm EST
    Location: St. Paul's Centre, 62 Peter Street N, Orillia L3V 4Z1

    A half-day session for stroke service providers across the continuum of care; serving Orillia and surrounding areas.
    Registration Required


News/Updates

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  • New release from the Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations for Rehabilitation, Recovery & Community Participation following Stroke 2019

    An important update has been released for the Heart & Stroke Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations (CSBPR) for Rehabilitation, Recovery and Community Participation following Stroke module. This module includes two parts:

      • Part One: Rehabilitation and Recovery following Stroke
      • Part Two: Transitions and Community Participation following Stroke

    The theme of the sixth edition of the CSBPR is Partnerships and Collaborations, which stresses the importance of integration and coordination across the healthcare system to ensure timely and seamless care of people with stroke to optimize recovery and outcomes.

    The revised CSBPR for Rehabilitation, Recovery and Community Participation following Stroke, parts one and two have been published in the International Journal of Stroke and are part of the sixth edition of the Heart & Stroke Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations.  All supporting materials including rationale, system implications, performance measures and knowledge translation resources, are available at www.strokebestpractices.ca.

     

  • Aphasia Camp 2020

    Save the Date – June 5-7, 202

    Rainbow Lake, Camp Trillium – Waterford, ON

    For more information contact:  Mara Manzato, Camp Coordinator, 416-571-0467 or email Mara Manzato

    Aphasia Camp is a social, recreational, educational and supportive weekend for adults with aphasia and their families/friends
    Activities include: adapted yoga, adapted fishing, gardening, archery, painting and much more!

     

  • Blind Photographer to publish book of pictures

    CTV News Toronto published an article/video on January 4th, 2020 about Robin McKee, a visually impaired photographer who lost his sight following three strokes. To read more about this story….

  • Guitarist finds new way to play music after experiencing a stroke

    CTV News Toronto published an article & video clip January 3, 2020, sharing Ken McCaw’s return to music following his stroke 8 years ago.