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And the winners are…

The Ontario Brain Injury Association in collaboration with the Personal Injury Alliance (PIA Law) is pleased to present the Awards of Excellence in Brain Injury Rehabilitation to those who consistently provide exceptional service to the brain injury community.

Our congratulations to all nominees; thisĀ is a testament to your value and importance within the Brain Injury Community.

Click for the Official Awards of Excellence Website

2020 Awards of Excellence in Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Congratulation to our Winners

Colleen Boyce
Health Care Provider of the Year

This award is given to the health practitioner who has consistently gone above and beyond the call of duty to assist the brain injury community. The recipient may be in the public or private sector and can be from any discipline whatsoever (i.e. physician, speech language pathologist, private social worker, occupational therapist, psychologist, physiotherapist, rehabilitation support worker, etc.). The recipient will be someone who consistently goes the extra mile to assist the brain injury community.

Anna Marie Batelaan
Hospital Social Worker of the Year

This award is given to the hospital social worker who has consistently gone above and beyond the call of duty to help brain injury survivors and their families. The recipient will be selected from social workers working at a trauma or rehabilitation hospital in the last year.

Abilities Rehabilitation & Counselling Services
Rehabilitation Company of the Year

This award is meant to recognize the private rehabilitation company that consistently provides exceptional and dedicated service to brain injury survivors, including through volunteer work by its personnel.

Maureen Palmer
Case Manager of the Year

This award is given to a case manager working in private practice who has consistently gone above and beyond the call of duty to help catastrophically impaired brain injury survivors and their families. The recipient will be someone who has worked for at least the last year as a private case manager helping catastrophically impaired brain injury survivors.

Brain Injury Association of Quinte District
Community Brain Injury Association of the Year

This award is meant to recognize the non-profit brain injury association which provides exemplary service to the brain injury community and continues to find innovative means to support brain injury survivors and their families.

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