Stroke Information and Resources


 What does stroke recovery look like?


Stroke Recovery Resources​​

Stroke Recovery Canada® Information Package provides information for stroke survivors, their family members, caregivers and friends. If the answer you’re looking for isn’t here, call us at the Stroke Recovery Canada® Warmline (1-888-540-6666).

You can also join the Stroke Recovery Registry and receive an information package as well as the latest issue of our newsletter, The Phoenix. To join the registry, please email your full name, full address, phone number and email address to . In your email message, please indicate whether or not you would like to receive an information package as well as the latest issue of The Phoenix.

Share experiences, ask questions and make the recovery process easier.

Call the Stroke Recovery Canada® Warmline at 1-888-540-6666.

View Stroke Recovery Canada's NEWLY RELEASED Caregiver's Guide to Stroke Recovery
SRC Second Edition Caregiver's Guide to Stroke Recovery​The Guide is an excellent free resource for stroke survivors and their caregivers who aren't sure where to turn. Inside, you’ll find practical tips for daily living, relevant medical information, as well as stories from caregivers and survivors. In addition, there are articles on rehabilitation, spasticity, community reintegration, post-stroke relationships, adapting your environment, and lists of useful contacts.

Stroke Recovery Canada® Information Package

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Beyond Stroke Online Resource

Beyond Stroke websiteBeyond Stroke was created to help survivors better understand the physical challenges many people face after they have had a stroke – not immediately after, when support tends to be the greatest, but weeks, months, and even years after the stroke has occurred. Beyond Stroke offers advice and reassurance as to how to best deal with long-term issues associated with stroke. 

The website includes useful information on the physical challenges caused by stroke and treatment options, where to find medical support and post-stroke specialists, personal survival stories and more. 

Visit​ to learn more.

Exercise and Fall Prevention Classes​

March of Dimes Canada, Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network (MH LHIN) and PT Health are now offering Exercise and Fall Prevention classes. 

View the schedule below for a listing of Mississauga Halton region classes:
Mississauga Halton LHIN Exercise and Fall Prevention classesView Mississauga Halton LHIN Exercise and Fall Prevention class schedule​​​​​

MH LHIN and PT Health also offer an Advanced Osteoporosis Exercise and Education Program. 
Mississauga Halton LHIN Exercise and Fall Prevention classesView Osteoporosis Exercise and Education Program brochure​​​​ and schedule​

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Stroke Rehabilitation Information for Survivors and Families

Please see our 'Resources and Links' PDF handout that is part of our Informational Package, as well as visit:

StrokeEngine: A free-to-access website that has been designed to provide evidence-based information to health professionals working in the international stroke rehabilitation community.

StrokeEngine Family: Provides evidence-based information on interventions, useful aids and adaptations, driving post-stroke and other information that people who have experienced a stroke need to know.

My Brain Matters: Houses information about current research happening within the area of the brain and brain health.

Central South Regional Stroke Network​: Resource for stroke awareness, prevention, recovery after stroke, and post stroke living​.

Dalhousie Aphasia Clinic: Programs run through the School of Human Communication Disorders that focus on speaking, reading, writing, problem solving and conversational skills.


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