Insiya Bhalloo & Kai Ian Leung
Grab your tech and come e-explore the world of online Speech-Language Pathology and Mindfulness Therapy! Delve into the perspectives of two Canadian tele-practitioners to understand the field of telerehab, and gain insights into the pros (and cons) of virtual therapies.
This commentary highlights the use of transcranial magnetic stimulation in clinical populations that have few other therapeutic options. Is TMS the “magic pill” we have been looking for?
Would you empathize better if you could see the world through someone’s eyes? Here is a breakthrough solution to providing compassionate and patient-centred care. Meet Alfred: a virtual patient simulation.
Welcome Listeners! rehabINK is excited to present the inaugural episode of the rehabINK podcast! Our team has embarked […]
Imagine waking up after a supposedly routine surgery to life-changing complications: your leg must be amputated and you can no longer see. This happened to John ― here is his story of adaptation, resilience, and exploration.
Introducing Issue 7 (Summer 2019) of rehabINK!
This commentary examines Universal Design as a solution to the problem of a lack of accessible spaces in Ontario – the result of poor planning and policy. Will Canada join this global movement, or will we fall behind?