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      The practical tools, professional networks and learning opportunities you need to implement and promote stroke best practices in Southwestern Ontario.

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      Prevention

      The best treatment for stroke is to prevent one from happening. This requires an interplay of health promotion, and both primary and secondary stroke prevention.

      Acute Care

      Acute care is where the person is stabilized, diagnosis confirmed, plans are implemented to prevent complications, and when initial rehabilitation and recovery begin.

      Rehabilitation

      Stroke rehabilitation is known to reduce disability and dependence for stroke survivors, and evidence shows that more is better!

      Community & LTC

      Community is the centre of life, the hub from which all daily experiences extend. Achieving success for stroke survivors depends on a community of persons working together.

      Professional Networks

      Professional Networks

      The Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network supports a range of professional networks centred on the implementation of best practices.

      Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations