NRIO Spring Series of Breakfast Seminars 2019

Join Bayshore Therapy Rehab/ NRIO at their Etobicoke Clinic between 9:15 – 10:45a.m on the dates listed below

We supply coffee, juice, & sweets:

You bring your expertise, questions, & colleagues

Please download the attached  Breakfast Seminar Registration Form 2019 and send to

 Christine Romanenchuk at [email protected]  or call (416) 231 4358 Ext. 37128

Friday, May 10, 2019

“Bikes, Injury and Rehab: A Crash Course on Cycling.”

Exploring the statistics of Ontario bike crashes and what to do if it’s you: Initiating a Personal Injury claim and getting the benefits you deserve. Hot off the press: summary of SABS changes subsequent to Budget talks effective April 11th!

Patrick Brown, Principal Partner, McLeish Orlando LLP

Friday, May 24, 2019

“When Brain Injury and Substance Abuse Collide and the Journey to Success:” Practical Examples of how to achieve Positive Outcomes.

Melanie Hay, MSc. OT, OT Reg. (Ont.), Bayshore Therapy & Rehab, NRIO

Edward Cunningham, B.TH ©, CCAC, HSC,Bellwood Health Services / EHN

Friday, June 14, 2019

“Working for the Same Client!”  All parties working together with open communication and accountability is the key for rehabilitation success.  A Personal Injury Lawyer and an Insurer will host an informal chat on collaboration and problem solving to ensure maximum rehabilitation recovery within the limits.  They will discuss the criteria for reserves; address the Tort process; how to resolve differences; general SABS and legal rules and a perspective from different lens to ultimately achieve the best outcome for the client.

Alison Burrison, Personal Injury Lawyer, Burrison Law,                                                       

Wanda Rumsam,  Litigation Specialist, Allstate Insurance,

Thursday, June 27, 2019

“Building a Bridge”: What options exist when the system fails your injured clients? You will learn how rehab providers can provide value-added service to their clients by introducing alternative funding options when traditional options are unavailable or denied. Learn how third party treatment financing arrangements can make all the difference to your clients and help keep them in therapy when they need it the most. We will also discuss tools available to assist lawyers in securing insurer funding instead of protected accounts and how the rehab team plays an important role in this process.

Amanda Bafaro,  Chief Risk Officer, BridgePoint Financial Services Inc.

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Come join NRIO, Division of Bayshore Therapy & Rehab at our Spring series of breakfast seminars.

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