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Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery Website

The Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery is a joint initiative of Heart & Stroke and Canada’s top stroke recovery research centres. It brings together leaders in the stroke recovery research community in Canada, who collaborate with scientists and clinicians around the world.
The website provides tools and resources for both clinicians and patients. In addition, the website has a newsletter and information on research and studies that people can volunteer for.

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This Youtube channel is the official account for Heart & Stroke. This channel contains many short videos with information on a variety of important subjects to help you live healthy lives free of heart disease and stroke.

Heart and Stroke Foundation YouTube Page

The Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery is a joint initiative of Heart & Stroke and Canada’s top stroke recovery research centres. It brings together leaders in the stroke recovery research community in Canada, who collaborate with scientists and clinicians around the world.
The Youtube channel offers many short videos with information on a variety of important topics for those who have experienced a stroke and need assistance with information on recovery!

Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery YouTube Videos

The Aphasia Institute is a Canadian community-based centre of excellence, pioneering programs and practices that help people with aphasia learn how to communicate in new ways, and begin to navigate their own lives again. Through direct service, research, education and training, the Aphasia Institute has built a reputation as a world leader and educator in aphasia.
* This resource is only available in English.

Aphasia Institute Website

The Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery is a joint initiative of Heart & Stroke and Canada’s top stroke recovery research centres. It brings together leaders in the stroke recovery research community in Canada, who collaborate with scientists and clinicians around the world.
The website provides tools and resources for both clinicians and patients. In addition, the website has a newsletter and information on research and studies that people can volunteer for.

Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery Website

Patient/Caregivers

This guide provides tips for developing accommodation solutions that are in harmony with human rights law. It outlines the rights and responsibilities of the employee, the employer, unions and/or employee representatives. The guide takes managers through the process of accommodating an employee’s need to care for a family member by providing information on how to discuss the issue, how to develop solutions, and how to ensure that the solutions are effective.

A Guide to Balancing Work and Caregiving - Support for Workplaces

Patient/Caregivers

Come meet with other stroke survivors, find support in sharing experiences and discover your potential following stroke.

Peer Support Group – Fredericton

Patient/Caregivers

Join Community Connect. Get involved, learn more and take charge of your recovery. You'll receive a monthly e-newsletter full of practical tips, news and downloadable resources.

Heart and Stroke’s Community Connect

Patient/Caregivers

What is a Stroke? What are the signs? Come learn about treatments, risk & prevention and recovery & support on this informative webpage.

Stroke Information Page - Heart & Stroke Canada Website

Patient/Caregivers

Bridging the gap in knowledge translation between research findings and current clinical practice. Find the most current information on interventions and assessment tools used in stroke rehabilitation.

Stroke Engine

Patient/Caregivers

Join our members-only Facebook group to share, support and lean on others who, like you, are caregiving for a loved one. You'll find social and emotional support in a safe, inclusive and respectful community.

Care Supporters’ Community - Facebook Group

Patient/Caregivers

You’re among friends here! Join our members-only Facebook group for people living with heart disease or stroke. This community of survivors shares experiences, quality information and tips for life after a stroke, cardiac event or diagnosis in a safe, inclusive and respectful community.

Community of Survivors - Facebook Group

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