As part of the eleven regionally-based programs within the Ontario Stroke System, Toronto is made up of three stroke networks: the North & East GTA Stroke Network (NEGTASN), the Toronto West Stroke Network (TWSN) and the South East Toronto Stroke Network (SETSN).
Through collaboration, education, and innovation, we work closely with many partners in Toronto to ensure quality stroke care and improve the outcomes and experience of persons with stroke and their families.
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Stories from our Patient and Family Advisors
Cherie had a stroke a few years ago and wanted to meet the paramedics who saved her life
Having a stroke can oftentimes be life changing. One Toronto mother who went through that horror wanted to meet the paramedics who saved her life. Cindy Pom reports.
Posted by Global Toronto on Friday, June 16, 2017
Ron is part of a new study looking into what people who suffer strokes deal with in the long-term.
Fighting with Stroke
Story of Ajit Pahwa, a TSNs Patient Advisor, who is successfully fighting stroke conditions.
The development of this video is funded in part by the Government of Canada through New Horizons for Seniors Program 2016/2017.
Hass had a stroke about a year ago.
After his stroke, he wanted to get back to getting active and healthy again.
Listen to some of the strategies that have helped him.
Cherie had a stroke 4 years ago. She is a member of the Toronto Stroke Network Patient and Family Advisor Committee. She is hoping her voice and stories can make a difference in the experiences of persons with stroke.