Celebrating Our Partners in Advancing Discovery & Care
Our community plays a vital role in bolstering Toronto Rehab’s efforts in helping people to prevent illness and accidents, to restore function following a disabling event, and to continue living in their own homes and communities as they age. To demonstrate how donor support is having a profound impact on patients, clinicians, scientists and staff, it is with pleasure that we share with you Toronto Rehab Foundation’s 2020 Report to Our Community.
All of us at Toronto Rehab Foundation hope that you and your loved ones are safe and well. As we navigate the current global health crisis, we are grateful that our donors have helped build the infrastructure and resources required for Toronto Rehab's strong and nimble response - enabling us to quickly adapt and expand our novel breakthroughs in rehabilitation technology and remote therapy to best protect, monitor and care for patients. For up-to-date information and resources about COVID-19, visit our University Health Network website at www.uhn.ca/covid19.
As we continue to work remotely from home, you can reach us at our regular staff email addresses or at email@example.com. Thank you for your continued commitment.
Transforming Our Landscape
Judith ‘Billie’ Wilder’s commitment to Toronto Rehab follows an eight-decade’s long family tradition. We recently celebrated with Mrs. Wilder and her family her latest giving towards an innovative landscape transformation at the sites of Toronto Rehab’s complex continuing care and long-term care centres. To honour her support and legacy, we are delighted to name the Billie Wilder Therapy Gardens that will incorporate new accessibility and therapy features while providing a site for research into the relationship between nature and human health. Learn more
Registration Now Open!
Register today for our new Virtual Ride for Rehab Presented by BMO at RideForRehab.com. Join our challenge as we bike, swim, spin, run, walk and wheel together across Canada in support of discovery and care at Toronto Rehab. From February 20-27, 2021 choose an exercise that challenges you then track your distance to help us traverse the length of the Trans-Canada Highway that spans 8,030 km from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic coast. Your generosity will help us to ensure that Toronto Rehab can continue to advance rehabilitation to add years – good quality years – to life for patients and their families. Register Today