Caring for someone can cause emotional, mental, and physical stress. Our After Stroke community is here to help you navigate the health care system, overcome challenges involved in caring for a loved one post-stroke, and find helpful resources and support. Stroke recovery is a journey but we are here to help you and your loved ones.
Register with After Stroke to receive customized newsletters, information and announcements about After Stroke services and programs, focused on your interests and where your loved one is in their recovery journey.
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as a Caregiver with After Stroke.
Social distancing doesn't have to mean disconnection - our online programs will help you stay connected and engaged from the safety and comfort of your own home. MODC offers online programs and platforms for caregivers, that connect you with resources, tools, and a community of people who understand.
Our weekly Caregiver Café is a chance for you to connect with other people who understand the challenges and rewards of caregiving. Join us to discuss your needs, and get or share information. You aren't alone in your journey.
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Caregiver Café held every Monday.
Click here to read A Caregiver's Guide to Stroke Recovery
Transitioning to the home can be a very complex and challenging process for stroke survivors and their family. March of Dimes Canada's After Stroke program is here to support everyone involved in the process.
After Stroke is focused on providing community-based supports that lead to community re-engagement with the goal of remaining active and healthy.