Singer Kwinter

The Singer Kwinter Observership Award provides the opportunity for staff in Toronto Rehab’s Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) program to attend a conference or visit premiere rehabilitation centres to learn best practices from colleagues globally.

In turn, they will share that knowledge with our patients and staff in an effort to continually advance the work we do.

Thank you to Singer Kwinter for their commitment of $175,000 to Toronto Rehab which supported emerging priorities in the hospital, the establishment of the Singer Kwinter Computer Centre at Toronto Rehab's Lyndhurst Centre, and the funding of the Singer Kwinter Observership Award.

"Toronto Rehab is an amazing organization. We believe it is important to give back, and invest in the staff to advance their ability to deliver the best possible care to patients,” remarked Jason Singer, Singer Kwinter Personal Injury Lawyers.

In photo: 2014 Award Recipients Nathalie Brown (far left), Edith Ng (4th from left) and Patricia Pak (far right) with Singer Kwinter’s (l-r) Jason Katz, Jason Singer and Shane Katz
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