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For the Public

It is important to know what a stroke is, how to recognize the signs of a stroke, and what you should do if you or a loved one experiences these symptoms.

For more information on stroke resources and services, please refer to the sections below.

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Patient and Family Advisor Application Form

The Toronto Stroke Networks (TSNs) website and its content are intended for informational, reference, and resource purposes only.  It is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

The information contained in this website is by no means a complete listing of the program and services available in the Greater Toronto Area.  The TSNs do not endorse or support the information contained within the links provided nor can we assume responsibility for the accuracy of the information.  The mention of products and services should not be assumed to be an endorsement of any kind.

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Stroke Information

A stroke is a sudden interruption of blood flow to the brain.  If blood flow is not restored within minutes …

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Community Resources

A list of community resources for persons with stroke and their families/caregivers …

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Education Resources

A list of education resources for persons with stroke and their families/caregivers …

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Mobile Applications

The Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network has recently created an inventory of iPad applications that could be relevant for stroke …

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Patient and Family Advisor

Become a Toronto Stroke Networks’ Patient or Family Advisor […..] The Toronto Stroke Networks want to work together with persons with stroke and

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Signs of a Stroke

If you experience any of the following signs dial 911 immediately.Read More