logo_CPSR Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery
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The Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations (CSBPR) are intended to provide up-to-date evidence-based guidelines for the prevention and management of stroke, and to promote optimal recovery and reintegration for people who have experienced stroke (patients, families and informal caregivers).
The 17th edition of Evidence-Based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation now includes in-depth reviews of well over 4,500 studies including 1,699 randomized controlled trials. Parts of the EBRSR have been translated into a number of languages.
Heart and Stroke Foundation – Canada
American Stroke Association
The Internet Stroke Center
National Stroke Association
Quebec Rehabilitation Research Network
Stroke Recovery Association of British Columbia is a non-profit organisation helping stroke survivors and their families in BC
speechBITE is a free evidence database on the internet specifically for finding treatment research in the field of communication and swallowing disorders. This database is up dated regularly and indexes systematic reviews, randomised controlled trials, non-randomised controlled trials, case series and singe case designs. Many of the group comparison studies have a rating score out of 10 to help clinicians interpret the methodological quality of the research.
NeuroRehab Directory NeuroRehab Directory is a free online directory that connects patients, families and health professionals with neurological rehabilitation products. For more information, visit

Via Therapy app
Best practice and evidence-based recovery interventions for upper extremity stroke rehabilitation – at your fingertips. For more information, visit 

iWalkAssess app
The latest evidence-informed approach to walking assessment post-stroke -Click for the iWalk Toolkit. For more information, visit