Series of Free Breakfast Seminars for Healthcare Providers: May 11 & 29, June 22 & 30

Spring Series Breakfast Seminars

Hosted by NRIO, Division of Bayshore Therapy & Rehab

 Location: NRIO 59 Beaver Bend Cres. Etobicoke, ON. 

May 11, 8:30-9:45 am


ABI and Mental Health: Clinical Questions?

Dr. Rob Van Reekum, MD, FRCPC, Neuropsychiatry

May 29, 9:15-10:45 am



Everything You Wanted To Know About Personal Injury Law & Case Management But Were Afraid To Ask.

Robert M. Ben & Ian W. Furlong, Partners, Thomson Rogers LLP

Tonya Flaming, RN, Director, Rehabilitation Planning Corp.

June 22, 9:15-10:45 am


 Robot Cars: The Future of Auto Insurance, Accidents, and Claims

Willie Handler, Consultant

June 30, 9:15-10:45 am






 The Elephant & the Flea: The absence of evidence is not evidence of absence

 Presented by Tracy Milner, OT; BrainFx; Complex Injury Rehab

Digital Health Initiatives and Brain Injury

Presented by Shelley Burnett, National Director Digital Health & Innovation, Bayshore HealthCare

Medical Cannabis as an Effective Treatment

Presented by Tanny Raz, Director, Medical Business Development-Apollo Applied Research

To register: Call Christine at (416) 231-4358 ext. 37128 or email [email protected]

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Hosted by NRIO, Bayshore Therapy & Rehab. Topics include: ABI & Mental Health; Personal Injury Law & Case Management; The Future of Auto Insurance; Medical Cannabis and more.

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