If any of your plants have suffered damaged shoots, stems or branches, cut back below the damage and immediately above a "joint".
This could be to just above a leaf, above a side shoot, or you might just be looking for a subtle bulged ring around the stem.
This is the best way to encourage healthy regrowth.
If any plants have been blown out of the ground, treat them like a fresh planting.
Dig clear any detached roots from the ground to make a decent sized planting hole.
You might want to add root builders such as bonemeal or micorrhizal fungi.
Place the plant and backfill the hole with composts or manures, firm in and water well.
The more root has been lost the more top growth you will need to trim back, ie if half the root system has broken away you should ideally cut the plant by half; if there is no real damage to the roots a light trim on top should suffice.
Keep watering your plant for the next few weeks and hopefully it should re-establish.
If any fences have blown down with climbers attached, it should not harm the climbers if you have to cut them back, although you might lose this years' flowers.