Highlights of this Incredible year

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Thank you to everyone who helped Make Incredible Happen at Toronto Rehab over this past year.

We appreciate that our incredible community of donors and volunteers is enthusiastically united in helping ensure that the best proven rehabilitation research, technology and care are available to our patients now and in the future.

It is with gratitude that we share some highlights from this past year:

  With an unprecedented gift of $20-million to the Toronto Rehab Foundation, Walter and Maria Schroeder, along with their family, have established The Walter and Maria Schroeder Brain Institute. Learn more 

  Our engaging Health Innovation Series events gave guests the opportunity to lean, discover and be inspired by Toronto Rehab health experts who spoke about Tackling Pain and the Opioid Crisis, Why Sleep Matters and Mental Health and Disability. Learn more and join us at an upcoming event 

  Medavie’s $750,000 investment is enabling Toronto Rehab to create ACCELERATION 2.0, an e-health solution that will provide the necessary health information and support for at-risk Canadians to take control of their health through tools such as online coaching and tailored exercise plans. Learn more 

  Celebrating a 10-year milestone, Together In Movement and Exercise (TIME™) offers a much-needed, safe exercise program to promote well-being and ongoing recovery after discharge from rehabilitation. Learn more 

  Inspired by the life-changing inventions and discoveries at Toronto Rehab, Dean Connor has valiantly led our Where Incredible Happens Campaign Cabinet as Chair since 2014 and was named Canada's Outstanding CEO of the Year® for 2017. Learn more 

  Team I WILL was 100 members strong, crossing the finish lines of the marathon, half marathon and 5K events in this year’s Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon Charity Challenge. Learn more 

  Philanthropists and community leaders, David and Sheryl Kerr, received the much-deserved Award of Merit from The St. George’s Society of Toronto at the Red Rose Ball with event proceeds supporting the Toronto Rehab Foundation. Learn more 

  The energy, comradery, and community spirit demonstrated by over 300 spin-cycling participants at Rocket Ride for Rehab was not only inspiring, but it Rocketed us to a Guinness World Record for the most money raised in a static cycling event. Learn more 

  Enabling research into safer driving, Toronto Rehab unveiled its exciting new DriverLab that is the most advanced driving simulator in Canada and unique in the world. Learn more 

  The firstPOWER PLAY pitch competition highlighted and celebrated the extraordinary research and innovation taking place at Toronto Rehab and demonstrated how applying science and invention can produce healthcare solutions that matter. Learn more 

  Toronto Rehab Foundation held its inaugural Golf Classic, raising $150,000 in support of the Hull-Ellis Concussion and Research Clinic. Learn more and play again on June 18, 2018 

Our Where Incredible Happens $100-million campaign is continuing to secure vital investments to harness the unique talents of Toronto Rehab’s scientists, educators and caregivers to help create solutions, support and a better quality of life for patients and individuals around the world. Learn more 

Thank you for helping make 2017 an Incredible year at Toronto Rehab!