Clinician Toolkit

Cognition

Communication

Depression

Driving

Driving After Stroke

Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations state that following a stroke or TIA, driving should be restricted in accordance with the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators Medical Standards for Drivers.

The following resources provide additional information on specific restrictions, screening and assessment requirements and educational materials to support healthcare providers address return to driving.

Health Care Provider Resources

Assessment Resources

Patient & Family Resources

Dysphagia

Health Care Provider Resources

Assessment Resources

Patient / Family Resources

Dysphagia Brochures translated into multiple languages from University Health Network and the Toronto Stroke Networks

Falls Prevention

Incontinence

Neurological Assessment

Nutrition & Hydration

Pain

Perception

Upper Extremity

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Virtual Care

Heart and Stroke has developed a toolkit for conducting virtual visits. The document covers acute stroke, stroke prevention and rehab and provides guidance on conducting virtual visits all while meeting stroke best practices. Click here to access the Canadian Stroke Best Practices Virtual Care Toolkit