More than 405,000 Canadians live with
long-term disability from stroke.
The number will double in 20 years.

Recent News

More online resources in development for stroke recoverers, families and clinicians

March 30, 2020
March of Dimes Canada and Stroke Recovery Association of BC have set up a website with virtual meetings for people living with stroke, the Stroke Association of Australia is developing a site with online tele-rehabilitation resources, Heart & Stroke is hosting free webinars and more

March 31 Webinar provides support, self-management and self-care during COVID-19 for people living with stroke

March 27, 2020
Register now for Heart & Stroke's March 31 webinar. Information on COVID-19 is emerging at a very rapid pace and it is generating many questions and concerns for people with heart conditions, stroke and vascular cognitive impairment. People with these conditions may be more vulnerable at this time both physically and in coping with social distancing and isolation. This webinar will offer timely practical guidance on evidence-based recommendations regarding COVID-19 and self-isolation.

Online tools for stroke recoverers in the age of COVID-19

March 26, 2020
Every week, the Stroke Recovery Association of BC and March of Dimes Canada will host two Virtual Stroke Recovery programs. You can join using a computer, smartphone, tablet or landline.

CanStroke Recovery Platform: Clinical trials impacted by COVID-19 shutdown

March 20, 2020
CanStroke Recovery Platform, funded through a grant from Brain Canada and CPSR, is suspending enrollment for the ongoing FLOW Trial and delaying the start-up or expansion of four more planned trials in stroke recovery.

"The Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery's strength is in its people. We are fortunate in Canada to have a great wealth of people who are leading the way globally in stroke recovery research. This is why I am involved. Great things can be accomplished when we work together. This idea is even reflected in the name. The organization is truly a partnership."

Ada Tang, PhD, CPSR Knowledge Translation Advisory Committee, McMaster University

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