Professional Stroke Education Inventory Search

Cognition has 9 resource(s).

Cognition and Perception Poster

Description/Date:

This 3-panel poster is based on the “Cognition and Perception” sections of the Taking Action for Optimal Community and Long Term Stroke Care (TACLS) (Heart and Stroke 2015).

This poster provides the opportunity to review the possible effects a stroke can have on cognition and perception and what the health care provider can do to help.

Developer/Owner:

Stroke Network of Southeastern Ontario (2017)

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: https://www.strokenetworkseo.ca/sites/strokenetworkseo.ca/files/cognitive_perception_mar_15_2017_final.pdf

Target: Front-line care providers caring for stroke survivors and other complex patient populations with cognitive and perceptual challenges.

Cognitive Disorders at Evidence-Based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation

Description/Date:

The Evidence-Based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation (last updated 2016) is a comprehensive and up-to-date review examining both therapy- based and pharmacological interventions associated with stroke rehabilitation.

Developer/Owner:

Dr. Robert Teasell (MD, FRCPC) and team

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: http://www.ebrsr.com/evidence-review/12-cognitive-disorders-and-apraxia

Target: Rehabilitation Professionals

Cognitive Disorders Post-Stroke

Description/Date:

The following module has been designed to present information contained within the Evidence-based review of Stroke Rehabilitation in a comprehensive, easily accessible format to facilitate learning. Learners will be able to review and check themselves on key material.

This module reviews material relating to cognitive disorders and apraxia, perceptual disorders, and aphasia (Chapters 12-14 of the EBRSR). Some of the topics reviewed in this module include assessment and treatment of cognitive disorders post stroke, depression and cognitive impairment, apraxia, assessment and treatment of visual perceptual disorders post stroke, Broca’s aphasia, Wernicke aphasia, and conduction aphasia.

Developer/Owner:

Evidence-based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation (EBRSR), London ON.

Partnership of Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Western University, St. Joseph’s Health Care, Lawson Health Research Institute, the Canadian Stroke Network and the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: http://www.ebrsr.com/educational-modules

Target: Professional Rehabilitation clinicians and other health care providers.

Educational Video: Cognition, Perception and Behaviour Problems

Description/Date:

This is video #4 of a 6-part video series designed to complement the popular sections of the Tips & Tools for Everyday Living: A Guide for Stroke Caregivers (Heart and Stroke, 2010).

This video focuses on cognition, perception and behaviour changes related to stroke.

Developer/Owner:

Stroke Network of Southeastern Ontario (2006)

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zT9zkM4nbRM

Target: Front-line providers caring for stroke survivors across the continuum of care.

Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA©) Training DVD

Description/Date:

Dr. Nasreddine and Pfizer Canada Inc. developed a training DVD/Package for the MoCA©.

Developer/Owner:

Dr. Z. Nasreddine
Email: info@mocatest.org
Contact your local Pfizer Representative

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: Contact your local Pfizer Representative

Target: Health Care Professionals working with stroke survivors across the continuum of care.

Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA©) Website

Description/Date:

The MoCA© is a cognitive screening test designed to assist Health Care Professionals for detection of mild cognitive impairment. Access the test, instructions, MoCA© news, normative data and references at this website.

Developer/Owner:

Dr. Z. Nasreddine
Email: info@mocatest.org

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: http://www.mocatest.org

Target: Health Care Professionals working with stroke survivors across the continuum of care.

Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA©) Toolkit

Description/Date:

May 2013

Developer/Owner:

OSN’s MoCA working group

Access and Target User/Learner:

Rehabilitation Professionals

StrokEngine Assess: Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA©) Review

Description/Date:

StrokEngine Assess is for clinicians and offers a detailed review of over 60 assessment tools useful in stroke rehabilitation. StrokEngine Assess has been created by a group of experts in stroke rehabilitation. Information is provided from quality scientific articles, websites and systematic reviews.

Developer/Owner:

MoCA© Review Authors: Lisa Zeltzer (MSc, OT), Katie Marvin (MSc, PT Candidate)

MoCA© Review Editors: Nicol Korner-Bitensky (PhD, OT), Elissa Sitcoff (BA, BSc)

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: http://strokengine.ca/assess/module_moca_intro-en.html

Target: Health Care Professionals working with stroke survivors across the continuum of care.

Taking Action for Optimal Community and Long-Term Stroke Care (TACLS). A Resource for Healthcare Providers. (2015)

Description/Date:

Closely linked with the HSF Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations, TACLS is an evidence-based resource that provides guidance around how to provide safe care for people who have had a stroke and are living in community and long-term care settings. The goal of TACLS is to provide information to support healthcare providers as they work together with people who have had a stroke to help them achieve optimal outcomes, regain their best level of functioning, and live meaningful lives. This resource is written primarily for healthcare providers such as Personal Support Workers, Health Care Aides, Home Care Attendants, Rehabilitation Assistants, and others who are providing paid care, in any setting across the continuum of care, to people who have had a stroke. The focus is on rehabilitation and recovery. This resource replaces the HSF resource Tips and Tools for Everyday Living.

Developer/Owner:

Heart and Stroke Foundation

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: http://www.strokebestpractices.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/TACLS-Chapter-5-Body-Function-Mental-and-Emotional.pdf

Manuals are available as e-manuals online, in English and French. Slides are available for each section as well.

Target: Front-line stroke care providers in a variety of settings.