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'I understand how much of a struggle communication can be. I understand how frustrating it can be when someone can't understand what you're trying to say.'
They 'just want to be able to go back to school every day, or play hockey again, or learn how to pace their day.'
Pharmacist Danielle Paes is happiest on Holland Bloorview's inpatient units, working with children, families and clinicians to assess our patients' medication needs during rehab.
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Marilyn Ballantyne has moved from providing bedside care to critically ill newborns to creating the clinical environments that support exceptional inpatient rehab at Holland Bloorview.
Mazen Almaoui has been a paramedic, a computer engineer, and a business consultant. Now he applies his business skills to improve the quality of services we offer at Holland Bloorview.
Amy and Clara discuss the emotional impact of mistrust and racism generated by the coronavirus.
Sarah Rumbolt has received Holland Bloorview’s first Daisy award for nursing leadership for her role as clinical resource leader on our inpatient unit that supports children following painful bone
For 37 years, Linda Buskin has been finding creative ways for children to communicate using a variety of technology and visual and auditory tools.
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