Professional Stroke Education Inventory Search

Hemiplegic Arm and Hand has 5 resource(s).

Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations – Upper Limb and Shoulder

Description/Date:

The Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations (CSBPR) provide up-to-date evidence based guidelines for the prevention and management of stroke. These particular sections (5.1, 5.2, and 5.3) provide recommendation on:

  • Management of the Upper Extremity Following Stroke (5.1)
  • Range of Motion and Spasticity in Should, Arm and Hand (5.2)
  • Management of Shoulder Pain and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Following Stroke (5.3)

Developer/Owner:

Heart and Stroke Foundation (2015)

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: http://www.strokebestpractices.ca/stroke-rehabilitation/part-two-providing-stroke-rehabilitation-to-maximize-participation-in-usual-life-roles/

Target: PT, OT, Assistant Staff, Nurses and other care providers.

Constraint – Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT)

Description/Date:

CIMT as an upper extremity intervention is described on Strokengine website.

CIMT is listed in SCORE Recommendations.

Developer/Owner:

Supported by Canadian Stroke Network, Nicol Korner-Bitensky (PhD OT(c)) is Stroke Engine Project Leader, McGill University

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: http://strokengine.ca/intervention/index.php?page=topic&i d=52

http://www.strokebestpractices.ca/index.php/stroke-rehabilitation/part-two-providing-stroke-rehabilitation-to-maximize-participation-in-usual-life-roles/

Target: OT, PT

GRASP: Graded Repetitive Arm and hand Supplementary Program

Description/Date:

GRASP is an arm and hand exercise program that was developed in 2009 for stroke patients with upper extremity impairments.

Available for use are: detailed description of program; evidence supporting it; exercise guides; manuals; patient books; training videos; equipment list for kits.

Developer/Owner:

Vancouver, Canada at University of British Columbia

Developers: Dr. Janice Eng (PhD PT/OT) Jocelyn Harris (PhD OT)

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: http://neurorehab.med.ubc.ca/grasp/

Target: Program usually rolled out by OTs, PTs, Rehab Assistants.

Hemiplegic Arm Protocol

Description/Date:

Hemiplegic Arm Protocol was developed by a multi- disciplinary team with Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network in 2009.

Tools Include:

  • Right Arm Sling Guide
  • Left Arm Sling Guide
  • Positioning Hemiplegic Arm pictures
  • Hemiplegic Arm educational slide deck

Revised 2012-13

Developer/Owner:

London Health Sciences Centre with Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: Southwestern Ontario Stroke

Network website http://swostroke.ca/hemi-arm-protocol/

Target: Multi-disciplinary professionals and front-line care providers. These tools may also assist families.

Motor Recovery 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 mobility and the lower extremity, upper extremity interventions, and painful hemiplegic shoulder (Chapters 9-11 of the EBRSR). Some of the topics reviewed in this module include assessment of motor function, prognosis of motor recovery, gait and balance retraining, the Bobath approach vs. the neurodevelopmental technique, functional electrical stimulation, constraint-induced movement therapy, mental practice, spasticity post stroke, and hemiplegic shoulder pain.

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

There is no fee.

Target: Professional Rehabilitation clinicians and other health care providers.