Professional Stroke Education Inventory Search

Rehabilitation has 5 resource(s).

Knowledge Exchange Handouts

Description/Date:

Resources generated by knowledge exchange SWOSN Stroke Network Rehab Forum “Time is Function: Making it Real”. Each handout describes strategies to increase therapy intensity, outcomes and feedback, and lessons learned. Topics include: balance classes, communication tools, functional electrical stimulation (FES), Graded Repetitive Arm Supplementary Program (GRASP), LEAN, mental practice/imagery, Nusteppin’ It Up, and Nintendo Wii.

Date: April 26, 2012

Developer/Owner:

Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network – Deb Willems.

Access and Target User/Learner:

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Balance Classes: https://www.corhealthontario.ca/03-KE-handout-balance-class.pdf

Communication Tools: https://www.corhealthontario.ca/04-KE-handout-communication.pdf

FES: https://www.corhealthontario.ca/05-KE-handout-FES.pdf

GRASP: https://www.corhealthontario.ca/06-KE-handout-GRASP.pdf

LEAN: https://www.corhealthontario.ca/07-KE-handout-LEAN.pdf

Mental Practice/Imagery: https://www.corhealthontario.ca/08-KE-handout-Mental-Practice.pdf

Nusteppin’ It Up: https://www.corhealthontario.ca/09-KE-handout-Nustep.pdf

Nintendo Wii: https://www.corhealthontario.ca/11-KE-Handout-Wii.pdf

Target: In-patient Rehabilitation programs seeking to increase active stimulation and increase intensity in rehab

Principle of Stroke Rehabilitation

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 the background concepts, elements, and efficacy of stroke rehabilitation as well as management of the triage process and outpatient rehabilitation (Chapters 3-7 of the EBRSR). Some of the topics reviewed include the time course and mechanisms of recovery, the impact of age and stroke severity on recovery, admission to rehabilitation, stroke rehabilitation units, elements of care, the importance of task-specific training, outpatient therapy, and the classification of outcomes post-stroke.

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.

SWOSN Stroke Network Rehab Forum “Time is Function: Making It Real”

Description/Date:

The SWO Stroke Network hosted a knowledge exchange (KE) event entitled: SWOSN Stroke Network Rehab Forum “Time is Function: Making it Real”. The event was focused on sharing successful and effective stroke rehabilitation initiatives among eight rehabilitation programs in Southwestern Ontario. A change management approach was used to plan the KE workshop. Components included presentations from subject matter experts, a video using stories from both front line workers and patients, a KE fair and time for team action planning. This document outlines a summary of outcomes to date, success factors, lessons learned, resources and future plans.

Date: April 26, 2012

Developer/Owner:

Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network – Deb Willems.

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: https://www.corhealthontario.ca/BP-Initiatives-SWOSN-Time-Is-Function-KE-Forum.pdf

Target: In-patient Rehabilitation programs seeking to increase active stimulation and increase intensity in rehab.

Three Part Video

Description/Date:

Video footage from patients, families, and healthcare providers across the Southwest Ontario region on their rehabilitation experiences and how different teams are working towards achieving best practice. The video is divided into three parts and the footage is organized into themes.

Part 1 – Introduction to Best Practice Guidelines and strategies to achieve best practice guidelines.

Part 2 – Footage arranged into themes: early stimulating environment, rehab intensity, practicing skills consistently, functional tasks and activities.

Part 3 – Footage arranged into themes: facilitators to increase rehabilitation intensity and what matters most.

Date: April 26, 2012

Developer/Owner:

Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network – Deb Willems.

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Part 1 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VC9UnvBjOSc

Part 2 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggtAFwfOKhs

Part 3 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xp1xdB8Fs98

Target: In-patient Rehabilitation programs seeking to increase active stimulation and increase intensity in rehab.

Time for Change GTA Rehab

Description/Date:

Powerpoint presentation on outcomes of using change management approach to Knowledge Translation for the SWOSN Stroke Network Rehab Forum “Time is Function: Making it Real” to drive best practice in stroke rehabilitation.

Date: February 25, 2013

Developer/Owner:

Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network.

Access and Target User/Learner:

Access: https://www.corhealthontario.ca/01-Time-for-Change-GTA-Rehab.pdf

Target: In-patient Rehabilitation programs seeking to increase active stimulation and increase intensity in rehab.