Acknowledgements

Issue 7 (Summer 2019)


Letter from the Editors

Authors: Adora Chui & Lucas Crosby, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

Adapting to sudden loss of limb and sight: Arare rehabilitation experience

Author: Jacqueline Nestico, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

Editors: Sally Abudiab & Analyssa Cardenas

Illustrator: Daniela Casas

Championing advocacy for persons with brain injury: Coverage of the 2019 International Brain Injury Association World Congress

Authors: Alana Changoor, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute & Mary Boulos, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

Editors: Jacqueline Nestico & Mikaela Stiver

Illustrator: Hang Lin

Racialization and racism: Uncovering the implicit in rehabilitation sciences and research

Authors: LLana James, Sally Abudiab & Samira Said Omar, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

Editors: Mary Boulos & Remi Lu

Illustrator: Daniela Casas

Sound therapy and mental health: Using sound as a self-soothing tool at Creative Works Studio

Author: Bernadette Wycks, Creative Works Studio

Editors: Azadeh Barzideh & Remi Lu

Illustrator: Janell Lin

The use of “meaning in life” to monitor clinical outcomes in rehabilitation programs

Author: Umair Majid, Institute of Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation, University of Toronto

Editors: Azadeh Barzideh & Conor Sheridan

Us VS. Them: Will Canada become a more inclusive society?

Author: Sally Abudiab, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, University of Toronto

Editors: Sam Seaton & Conor Sheridan

Illustrator: Naomi Robson

Using technology to bring meaningful arts-based recreation to older adults

Authors: Swathi Swaminathan, Aviva Altschuler, Lynn Hasher, & Kelly Murphy, Rotman Research Institute, Neuropsychology and Cognitive Health, Baycrest Health Sciences

Editors: Azadeh Barzideh & Julia Rybkina

Illustrator: Kirsten Bakajsza

When aphasia comes on the scene: the journey and achievements of Le Théâtre Aphasique

Author: Alberto Osa García, École d’orthophonie et d’audiologie de l’Université de Montréal

Editors: Ivona Berger & Julia Rybkina

Illustrator: Daniela Casas


Issue 6 Copy Editors
:  Sam Seaton & Mikaela Stiver

Issue 6 (Winter 2019)


Letter from the Editors

Authors: Adora Chui & Denise DuBois, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, University of Toronto

Accidental genius and hidden talent: Two cases of paradox after brain injury

Author: Adora Chui, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, University of Toronto

Editors: Lucas Crosby & Azadeh Barzideh

Creative therapies in rehabilitation

Authors: Alexandra Thompson & Cori Snow, Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy, University of Toronto

Editors: Remi Lu & Sam Seaton

Art as a meaning, not a clinical means to an end

Author: Denise DuBois, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, University of Toronto

Editors: Lucas Crosby & Sally Abudiab

Neuroscience and the arts: Highlights from the Society for Neuroscience Conference

Author: Dana Swarbrick, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, University of Toronto

Editors: Lucas Crosby & Remi Lu

Finding pathways to belonging for young adults with intellectual and development disabilities: Socio-spatial Mapping as an arts-based methodology

Author: Tania Ruiz-Chapman, Social Justice Edication, OISE, University of Toronto & Rebecca Renwick, Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy, University of Toronto

Editors: Ivona Berger & Sally Abudiab

Research recruitment struggles? Thank you, next.

Author: Julia Rybkina, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, University of Toronto

Editors: Mikaela Stiver & Sam Seaton

Breaking down barriers: The merging of the arts and rehabilitation

Authors: Mary Boulos & Conor Sheridan, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, University of Toronto

Editors: Adora Chui & Azadeh Barzideh


Issue 6 Copy Editor
:  Sam Seaton

Issue 5 (Spring 2018)


Letter from the Editors

Authors: Denise DuBois & Mikaela Stiver

A spoon is a spoon until you have head and neck cancer: A design case study

Authors: Heather Logan & Gabriela Constantinescu

Editors: Bruna Seixas Lima & Tian Renton

Junctions, transitions, and the road ahead: From linguistics to rehabilitation sciences

Author: Rena Helms-Park

Editors: Denise DuBois & Mikaela Stiver

LIVElab: Returning the sound of music to those affected by hearing disorders

Author: Dana Swarbrick

Editors: Denise DuBois & Tian Renton

Optimistic endgames: Chess and neurorehabilitation

Author: Conor Sheridan

Editors: Ivona Berger & Mikaela Stiver

Orthoses and spasticity: Exploring post-stroke clinical decision-making

Authors: Brydne Morgan Edwards, Qianwei (Stella) Wang, & Deborah Hébert

Editors: Lucas Crosby & Samantha Seaton

Shifting the rehabilitation models in changing times: Telerehabilitation and social media

Author: David London

Editors: Mary Boulos, Adora Chui, & Dana Swarbrick

Transitions for adolescents with chronic health conditions: Facing challenges and building skills

Author: Stephanie Davies

Editors: Ivona Berger, Roni Propp, & Conor Sheridan


This issue’s copy editors
: Ivona Berger, Mary Boulos, Adora Chui, Lucas Crosby, Denise DuBois, Bruna Seixas Lima, Roni Propp, Tian Renton, Samantha Seaton, Mikaela Stiver, & Dana Swarbrick

Issue 4 (Winter 2018)


Letter from the Editors

Authors: Denise DuBois & Adora Chui

A pandemic crisis demands aggressive investment in comprehensive research: Current efforts to tackle dementia in Canada

Author: Bruna Seixas Lima

Editors: Lucas Crosby & Dory Abelman

Bridging the residential crossroads for aging adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Ontario: A qualitative review

Authors: Denise DuBois & Zinnia Batliwalla

Editors: Roni Propp & Adora Chui

Creating order from chaos: Walking on cue with rhythmic auditory stimulation

Authors: Conor Sheridan & Lucas D. Crosby

Editors: Dana Swarbrick & Mikaela Stiver

Reconsidering driving and community mobility in older adulthood: Moving beyond the medical model

Author: Ruheena Sangrar & Brenda Vrkljan

Editors: Bruna Seixas Lima & Dory Abelman

Stroke caregivers at risk for depression: Suggestions for rehabilitation professionals

Author: Kristina Kokorelias

Editors: Ivona Berger & Lucas Crosby

The use of dance in post-stroke rehabilitation

Author: Kara Patterson

Editors: Tian Renton, Lucas Crosby, Denise DuBois & Adora Chui

Unconquered: A parasport story with special focus on the Invictus Games

Author: Dana Swarbrick & Bruna Seixas Lima

Editors: Denise DuBois & Tian Renton

This issue’s copy editors: Adora Chui, Lucas Crosby, Denise DuBois, Bruna Seixas Limas, Mikaela Stiver

Summer Issue 2017


1. Article: Letter from the editors

Authors: Dana Swarbrick & Dor David (Dory) Abelman

Editors: Denise DuBois & Bruna Seixas Lima

2. Article: Scaling up rehabilitation worldwide with the new WHO guideline: is it enough?

Author: Adora Chui

Editors: Dory Abelman & Kate Stewart

3. Article: Exploring the role of physical rehabilitation professionals in providing psychosocial care to improve patient recovery

Authors: Kristina Kokorelias & Amanda Ali

Editors: Kate Stewart & Mikaela Stiver

4. Article: Exploring memories with Dr. Morris Moscovitch

Authors: Bruna Seixas Lima & Denise DuBois

Editors: Ivona Berger & Roni Propp

5. Article: 2017 International Brain Injury Association Conference: a conference brief from a graduate student delegate (New Orleans)

Author: Ivona Berger

Editors: Jaclyn Dawe & Tian Renton

6. Article: Advocating for fairness in rehabilitation service provision in Ontario

Author: Denise DuBois

Editor: Mikaela Stiver

This issue’s copy editors: Lucas Crosby, Denise DuBois, & Dana Swarbrick