Toronto Rehab believes that education is integral to excellence in patient care and research. Our innovative student inter-professional education program (IPE) supports the development of clinical and teaching skills through faculty level workshops, continuing professional development opportunities, mentorship, tuition assistance and library services.
The generosity of donors has helped to provide meaningful scholarships and bursaries to our staff who seek to further their education and enhance their work with patients. Scholarships are established to be handed out on a yearly basis and are an exemplary way to honour staff and students who are working to make a difference in the lives of countless rehabilitation patients.
To find out more about opportunities to support education, please contact:
Vice President & Chief Development Officer
416-597-3422 ext. 3745
The iDAPT Young Innovators Program is as an exciting way to motivate elementary and secondary school students to pursue careers in science and engineering fields. Learn more
TD Grants in Medical Excellence:
A Scholarship in Rehabilitation-Related Research for People with Disabilities
Ivan Solano and Meagan Warnica are among the 10% of adults living with a disability who have a university degree; in fact, Ivan is working toward his PhD and Meagan is working towards her Masters. Both students are being individually recognized for their contribution to rehabilitation research by the TD Grants in Medical Excellence: A Scholarship in Rehabilitation – Related Research for People with Disabilities.
“Our job at Toronto Rehab is to level the playing field,” says Dr. Geoff Fernie, Director of Research at Toronto Rehab. “We want to encourage people with disabilities to work in rehabilitation research because we value their knowledge, talent and perspective.”
LEARN MORE about how the TD Bank Group scholarship helps fix inequality in graduate education for people with disabilities
The Mark Rochon Leadership Award in Rehabilitation
Toronto Rehab Foundation established The Mark Rochon Leadership Award in Rehabilitation Sciences in 2012. The award recognizes and celebrates Mark Rochon, Toronto Rehab’s former President and Chief Executive Officer, a highly respected and influential health care leader.
Mr. Rochon was a driving force in the evolution of Toronto Rehab into one of the world’s most prominent health science centres focused on rehabilitation. His passion for, and his belief in research and the development of the next generation of leaders is the impetus for this important and prestigious award.
Adina Houldin is the Inaugural Recipient.
For more information on this award, contact Lois Ward, Manager, Research Operations: firstname.lastname@example.org