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Rebecca DiManno's life was turned upside down when her son suffered a stroke at a track and field event. Now she's sharing her experience to educate other families whose children have acquired brain
Randy Dindial has been a registered practical nurse at Holland Bloorview for 17 years. He works with children hospitalized with brain injury following trauma or illness, often for many months.
In a new book, author Jonathan Mooney argues that we must stop striving for sameness and accept that differences are an essential part of being human.
Salina Eldon began her career assessing children with autism to develop tailored teaching programs. She now manages a virtual clinic where Ontario doctors and nurse practitioners learn how to diagnose
A new exhibit at the Guelph Civic Museum uncovers a eugenics course taught at two founding colleges of the University of Guelph in the first half of the 20th century.
Last week, medical ethicist Ezekiel Emanual spoke to The MIT Technology Review about why he believes life after age 75 is not worth living.
The foolishness of clowns, their vulnerability and willingness to fail, produces 'joy without demands' in hospitalized children, write the Holland Bloorview authors of a new Journal of Medical
Say goodbye to hanging your bag on the back of your wheelchair or sitting on your valuables. A new line of chic bags and other accessories that snap in to your wheelchair tubing was launched. We
A British mother is launching a line of dolls with gender, ethnic and ability diversity.
Spiral garden is a one-of-a-kind camp. And so are these brothers.
Meet Laurel Robinson, a speech-language pathologist at Holland Bloorview who helps kids who don't speak find other ways to communicate.
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