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  • ONTARIO STROKE NETWORK PROFESSIONAL

    STROKE EDUCATION INVENTORY

    April 1st, 2013

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Page

    1.0 Overview of OSN’s Professional Stroke Education Inventory……………………....5

    2.0 Acute Neurological Assessment………………………………………………………………………6

    2.1 NIHSS Workshop Toolkit

    2.2 CNS Teaching Package

    2.3 Stroke RN Pocket Guide

    3.0 Aerobic Exercise………………………………………………………………………………………………7

    3.1 FAME

    3.2 Guidelines for Community-Based Exercise Programs

    4.0 Aphasia…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….8

    4.1 Communication Poster

    4.2 Video on Communication

    4.3 Communication Tools: Communicative Access and SCA™

    4.4 Aphasia Institute’s Health Care Resources

    4.5 Aphasia Institute’s Health Care Professional Development

    5.0 Cognition………………………………………………………………………………………………………….11

    5.1 Cognition & Perception Poster

    5.2 Educational Video on Cognition

    6.3 Tips & Tools for Everyday Living: section 5

    6.4 Cognitive disorders on EBRSR

    6.5 Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA©) website

    6.6 Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA©) Training DVD

    6.7 MoCA© Review on StrokEngine Assess

    6.0 Community Reintegration………………………………………………………………………………14

    6.1 Brain, Body & You Workshop Series

    6.2 Heart and Stroke Living with Stroke Program ™

    6.3 “Let’s Talk about Stroke” Guide

    6.4 Timing it Right Framework

    6.5 MOST: Moving on after Stroke Program

    6.6 “Getting on with the Rest of Your Life” booklet

    6.7 Tips & Tools for Everyday Living: Leisure and Recreation chapter

    6.8 Meaningful Activity Poster

    7.0 Depression……………………………………………………………………………………………………..18

    7.1 Patient Health Questionnaires (PHQ-2) (PHQ-9)

    7.2 Depression Assessment Tool for Older Adults

    7.3 Post-Stroke Depression Poster

    8.0 Driving…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….20

    8.1 Driving After Stroke: Patient/Family Information

  • 9.0 Dysphagia………………………………………………………………………………………………….…..21

    9.1 Heart and Stroke Foundations variety of Resources

    9.2 Screening Tools: a review

    9.3 Making Feeding Safer Poster

    9.4 Educational Video: Meal Assistance and Hydration

    10.0 Hemiplegic Arm and Hand………………………………………………………………………….….23

    10.1 SCORE recommendations: Management of Arm and Hand

    10.2 SCORE recommendations: Management of Shoulder Pain

    10.3 SCORE recommendations: Range of Motion and Spasticity

    10.4 Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT)

    10.5 GRASP: Graded Repetitive Arm and Hand Supplementary Program

    10.6 Hemiplegic Arm Protocol

    11.0 INTRO to STROKE Resources……………………………………………………………….……….26

    11.1 Stroke Nursing Training Modules

    11.2 Hemispheres Stroke Competency Series – e-learning

    11.3 Educational Video: Recognize and React to Signs and Symptoms

    11.4 Stroke Prevention and Care Poster

    12.0 Interdisciplinary Learning Resources…………………………………………………….………28

    12.1 Interprofessional Learning Objectives for Stroke

    13.0 Mobility, Lower Extremity and Balance…………………………………………………………29

    13.1 SCORE recommendations for Lower Limb and Gait: Gait

    13.2 SCORE recommendations for Lower Limb and Gait: Mobility and

    Transfer Skills

    13.3 SCORE recommendations for Lower Limb and Gait: Spasticity

    13.4 Strength Training on StrokEngine website

    13.5 Safe Seating Poster

    13.6 Educational Video: Mobility

    14.0 Pediatric Resources…………………………………………………………………………………….…32

    14.1 Family Guide to Paediatric Stroke

    14.2 Parenting Fact Sheets

    15.0 Perception/Neglect…………………………………………………………………………….……….…33

    15.1 Perception Assessments described at Stroke Engine Assess

    15.2 Educational Resources on Stroke Engine Intervention

    15.3 Sunnybrook Neglect Assessment Protocol (SNAP)

    15.4 Cognition & Perception Poster

    15.5 Educational Video: Cognition, Perception & Behaviour

    16.0 Stroke Prevention and Health Promotion……………………………………………………37

    16.1 Self Management Toolkit: A Resource for Health Care Providers

    16.2 Stroke Prevention Best Practice Toolkit

    16.3 Blood Pressure Poster

    16.4 CHEP Recommendations

    16.5 DASH Diet

  • 16.6 Sodium 101

    16.7 Secondary Stroke Prevention Model

    16.8 Blood Pressure Toolkit

    16.9 Recommendations for the Management of Hypertension - Assessment

    17.0 “Stroke Units”……………………………………………………………………………………….……42

    17.1 A Guide to Organizing Acute Stroke Care

    18.0 TIA………………………………………………………………………………………………………………43

    18.1 TIA section on Heart and Stroke Foundation website

    18.2 Triage Tool: Assessment of Patients Presenting with TIA

    19.0 Telestroke……………………………………………………………………………………………………44

    19.1 Telestroke Referring Site Toolkit

    20.0 Transitions……………………………………………………………………..………………………....44

    20.1 Managing Stroke Care Transitions

    21.0 Recommended Websites ……………………………………………………………………………45

    01/04/2013

  • OVERVIEW The Ontario Stroke Network’s (OSN) Professional Stroke Education Inventory is a repository of tools, resources and programs that support

    health care professionals working in stroke care.

    There are many sources of information related to stroke care. This Inventory organizes resources in alphabetical order in a pdf–formatted

    document. It is hoped that this list can transition into a web-based document to enable more frequent updates, changes, additions and be

    user-friendly at the same time.

    OSN’s Ontario Regional Education Group (OREG) developed this new Inventory during 2011-12 after a review of the previous edition (Heart

    and Stroke Foundation’s Prof Ed Atlas previously available on the HSF

    website). OREG acknowledges the collaborative input from the Heart and Stroke Foundation (HSF) that was received during this process.

    Items on the new Inventory are recognized resources, tools and

    programs that are in line with the Canadian Best Practice Recommendations for Stroke Care which are published at

    www.strokebestpractices.ca. OREG recognizes that many regions have valuable tools, resources and programs that may deserve to be

    included in the Inventory and, as such, we expect the list to grow in 2012-13 and beyond. As more resources become available for certain

    aspects of stroke care, the Inventory will also become more comprehensive.

    The Inventory is not expected to be a fait accomplis but rather a “work

    in progress”. OREG will review suggested additions to the Inventory on

    a regular basis. OREG will continue to identify gaps and find and/or develop resources to fill those gaps for select stroke care topics.

    Expected users of the Professional Stroke Education Inventory include

    planners, administrators, educators, and direct providers of stroke care across the continuum, within the Ontario Stroke System.

    Access the Inventory by visiting www.ontariostrokenetwork.ca

    http://www.strokebestpractices.ca/ http://www.ontariostrokenetwork.ca/

  • Acute Neurological Assessment

    NIHSS: National Institute of Health Stroke Scale Workshop Resources

    Description/Date Developer/Owner Access and Target User/Learner

    National Institute of Health Stroke Scale Workshop TOOLKIT (Online, 2008) This is a three-hour workshop package developed to train front line staff to perform the National Institute of Health Stroke Scale. It will provide practice with simulated patients and you are able to use simulations on the training DVD to assess interrated reliability. Resources include the NIH Stroke Scale Booklet, NIH Stroke Scale Pocket Cards, Documentation Forms, NIHSS Coordinator’s Package, NIHSS Speaker’s Package and a Powerpoint presentation.

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