Stroke Rehabilitation helps people with impairments after a stroke to regain as much function and independence as possible in physical, cognitive, emotional, communicative and social domains. Rehabilitation interventions are a set of activities that begin early after the stroke occurs, once the stroke survivor is medically stable and can identify goals for rehabilitation and recovery.


Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations: Rehabilitation and Recovery following Stroke, 6th Edition – 2019 updated

Rehabilitation Best Practice Recommendations

Ontario Stroke Evaluation Report 2016: A Focus on Stroke Rehabilitation

Hall RE, French E, Khan F, Zhou L, Linkewich B, Willems D, Huffman S, Sooley D, Pagliuso S, O’Callaghan C, Levi J, Bayley M. November 2016
This report documents improvements made in stroke rehabilitative care in Ontario from 2011/12 to 2014/15, by presenting detailed information on stroke survivor outcomes and implementation of best practices in rehabilitation at multiple levels of analysis. The report also includes recommendations for improving the province’s stroke rehabilitative care system.

CESN Rehabilitation Newsletters – Stroke Rehabilitation Best Practices Highlights

Ontario Regional Stroke Network Rehab Transfer Working Group “Key Principles – Access to Stroke Rehabilitation”