Major Renovations Completed at Lyndhurst Centre
Toronto Rehab completed major renovations at Lyndhurst Centre, as part of an ambitious multi-million dollar redevelopment plan.
First FICCDAT Conference Hosted
Toronto Rehab co-hosted with March of Dimes Canada the Festival of International Conferences on Care giving, Disability, Aging and Technology. This conference was the first of its kind and attracted more than 1,100 people from more than 60 countries.
Everything Humanly Possible: The Campaign for Toronto Rehab Launched
The Toronto Rehab Foundation launched the public phase of a $60-million capital campaign, Everything Humanly Possible: The Campaign for Toronto Rehab.
Toronto Rehab announced its $36 million research initiative - iDAPT (Intelligent Design for Adaptive Participation and Technology), which will bring together hundreds of scientists, research students, clinicians, social scientists, engineers and industrial designers from across Canada and beyond and state-of-the-art technology in a collaborative venture.
First $5M Personal Donation Received
The Toronto Rehab Foundation received the largest personal donation to date. In recognition of the $5M gift, the Queen Elizabeth Centre was renamed The E.W. Bickle Centre for Complex Continuing Care.