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Interdisciplinary team provides community stroke rehabilitation in the Champlain LHIN

Contributed by: Dr. Dorothy Kessler
Assistant Professor, Queen’s School of Rehabilitation Therapy

CIMVHR hosts its 9th annual Forum

Contributed by Dr. Heidi Cramm, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.)
Assistant Professor, School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Queen’s University

(Photo L-R: Dr. David Pedlar, Dr. Stephanie Belanger, Col (Ret’d) Russell Mann, Dr. Deborah Norris, Ms. Shannon Hill, Dr. Heidi Cramm)

Physiotherapist

Pembroke Regional Hospital, an employer of choice in the Upper Ottawa Valley, is currently seeking a Physiotherapist to work in the Rehabilitation department.  This position is offered on a Permanent Full-Time basis. 

Occupational Therapist

 

RNS Health Care Services Inc.is a leading provider of home and community health care services. We are a proudly Canadian owned and operated company that has been providing exceptional health care services for over 30 years. We service York Region and surrounding areas, providing care in long term care facilities, retirement homes, hospitals, hospices, homes, and school environments. Our mission is to make a difference, one person at a time.

Thirty years of the Rehabilitation Science graduate program

Contributed by: Dr. Kathleen Norman, Associate Director (Research & Post-Professional Programs)

Occupational Therapist

Solutions for Living by Entwistle Power is one of the largest OT-Owned and OT-Only Private Rehabilitation companies in Ontario operated by Julie Entwistle and Brenda Power Ahmad. With a current team of over 35 therapists and staff, we strive to provide rehabilitation excellence in the auto insurance and other private healthcare sectors.

2018 Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program Convening

Contributed by: Dr. Heather Aldersey

Dr. Aldersey is Assistant Professor and Queen’s National Scholar in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy and interim Director of the ICACBR. She is the co-Director of the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at Queen’s and PI on the Queen Elisabeth Scholars for Excellence in International CBR grant.

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