Facts and Figures

Toronto Rehab Foundation is proud to support research, education and care that provides active, healthier and more independent living for Canadians and people around the world. 

Download our latest Financial Statements March 31, 2019

About Toronto Rehab:

  • Home to KITE: the world’s premier facility dedicated to Rehabilitation Research
  • Largest Brain Injury Rehab and Musculoskeletal Rehab programs in Canada
  • First Cancer Rehabilitation program in Canada
  • First Stroke Rehabilitation program in Canada to receive Program of Distinction from Accreditation Canada
  • Largest Cardiac Rehab Program in North America
  • World’s first virtual learning institute for Cardiac College (cardiaccollege.ca)
  • The first in Canada to incorporate nocturnal hemodialysis in a Complex Continuing Care setting
  • Home to ACCELERATION, first-of-its-kind Canadian lifestyle program
  • Canada’s First and Largest Spinal Cord Rehabilitation hospital – 3rd largest program in the world
  • Home to LIFESPAN, a program that helps youth with disabilities navigate adulthood
Annually 2015-16:
  • 151,214 total patient visits
  • 757 volunteers donated 38,442 hours
  • 1,792 staff

Did you know?

  • Someone has a stroke every 10 minutes. Toronto Rehab is a leader in Stroke Rehabilitation, serving as a model for other centres in Canada.
  • Canada spends $20 billion a year on brain injuries. Toronto Rehab is creating solutions to prevent and allow Canadians to regain their lives.
  • 85,556 Canadians are affected by a spinal cord injury each year. Toronto Rehab’s Lyndhurst Centre, the largest spinal cord rehab hospital in Canada, is developing new technologies that allow patients to recapture their potential.
  • Canada spends $60 billion a year on chronic pain. Toronto Rehab is a leader in providing care and solutions for people with chronic pain.
  • About 2 in 5 Canadians will develop cancer in their lifetimes. Toronto Rehab provides specialized cancer rehab to help individuals reclaim their lives.

Learn more in our Report to Our Community 2016-17 

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