Policy Brief / Fact Sheet; Realize 2019
Access to Rehabilitation Services
Fact sheet; February 2019; Realize Full report:
Economic Report; February 2019; Realize Prepared by Jill Furzera,b and Audrey Laportea,b a Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto b Canadian Centre for Health Economics, Toronto, Canada Summary Fact Sheet:
Article Originally published in the Winter 2016 edition of Directions in Physiotherapy, a publication of the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia
Report: An environmental scan of publicly-funded rehabilitation services across Canada. Author: realize
Rehabilitating the Bottom Line (Policy Brief) Author: CWGHR Rehabilitation improves the lives of Canadians with chronic illnesses, lowers their utilization of expensive acute care services, and increases their engagement in the workforce. Unfortunately, at present, access to rehabilitation services is significantly limited by cost.
Public Notice: Access to Occupational Therapy (O.T.) services is limited for people living with HIV. CWGHR aims to see that change. Author: Kate Murzin, CWGHR.
Concept paper: CWGHR and the Wellesley Institute have come together in a major initiative to increase equitable access to rehabilitation for people living with chronic and episodic illnesses across Canada. Networking and coordination have been identified as important success conditions for achieving this goal. In this paper, we propose the development of a multi‐stakeholder pan‐Canadian […]
Frequently asked questions: Equitable access to rehabilitation – rehabilitation is a crucial component of the continuum of care for increasing numbers of people and can improve functionality, enhance coping and prevent or delay deterioration experienced by those living with chronic illness. Authors: CWGHR and the Wellesley Institute
Concept Paper: The Potential of a Pan-Canadian Rehabilitation Network. Author: The Wellesley Institute, CWGHR.