Presentations from the Smart Strokes 2019 Conference are on the conference website and the program is here.

Recorded video conferencing feedback sessions (with powerpoint summaries) delivered by WA attendees are available below:

The Introduction to Subacute care (iSAC) self-directed online learning modules are available via the TRACS Online Learning Portal at: http://subacutecare.org.au/m/

This course is a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) made available through the University of Tasmania. It offers education about the latest research in dementia risk and protective factors.

The NDIS Toolkit helps guide individuals with disability and their support network to effectively plan for the NDIS and the supports they need.

Cardiovascular disease is a common condition, accounting for 4 million deaths per year in Europe.  Here you can find reliable information and practical advice to prevent cardiovascular disease, manage your health more effectively and live longer, more active lives.
TRACS WA has had the privilege of working with the inspirational Rebecca Carbone, a survivor of a brain tumour and stroke.

Would you like to learn more about becoming a subacute care Champion? TRACS WA is looking for clinicians who would like to learn more about leading a Community of Practice in their area of interest.