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AGTA Home Health Care

AGTA Home Health Care
7695 Jane Street, #3
Vaughan, ON L4K 1A8
Telephone: 905-760-2482 
Fax Number:  905-760-2498
E-Mail:  benf@agtahomecare.com  
Website: www.agtahomecare.com

AGTA is proud to be a Canadian leader in the Home Health Care Industry, providing support to families for over 18 years throughout Ontario. AGTA works with the top regional hospitals, lawyers, OT’s, insurance companies, case managers, as well as government and municipal health care teams.

We have extensive experience supporting MVA files, including Non-Catastrophic Injury, Complex and Catastrophic Injury, Acquired Brain Injury, and Spinal Cord Injury. We are the only provider that can help your clients with Attendant Care Services, Medical Equipment, Home Modifications, and Vehicle Modifications.

AGTA is leading the Home Health Care sector with innovation and technological advancements, continuing to strive for excellence with both managed and self-directed care.

Ask us about our new live-in care option for your catastrophic files.

Young Drivers of Canada

    Young Drivers of Canada
  300-1 James Street South
  Hamilton, Ontario L8P 4R5
  Telephone: 905-529-5501 x 222
  Fax Number: 905-529-5913
  E-Mail: nshewchuk@yd.com
  Website: www.youngdrivers.com
The Young Drivers Rehabilitation division provides in-car assessments and training for drivers requiring assessment by MTO or by the insurance industry. We work in co-operation with many FACs and OTs across Ontario as they assess drivers from the back seat.  We provide both a safe assessment and a second expert opinion. We also provide vehicles with hand-controls in several Ontario cities.  Our patient and supportive instructors are fully trained and MTO Registered. We have been Canada’s only ISO9001:2008 registered Driving program for the past 17 years.
For more information please contact Nick Shewchuk at 905 529 5501 x222 or at nshewchuk@yd.com

Accent Workplace & Learning Environments

Accent Workplace & Learning Environments
275 Shoemaker Street
Kitchener, ON N2E 3B3
Telephone: 800.665.9378
Fax Number: 866.296.4569
Contact Name: Danny Doobay
E-Mail: info@accentworkplace.com
Website: www.accentenvironments.com

Accent Learning Environments is a people-centered company. Most importantly, we believe that schools are at the foundation of every community. We are passionate about helping students reach their potential. Our company leadership is very active within their local school systems and our company has supported school-related charities for over 20 years. 

March of Dimes

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10 Overlea Blvd.
Toronto, ON M4H 1A4
Tel: 416-425-3463
Fax: 416-425-1920    
Contact: Elaine Darling
Email: edarling@marchofdimes.ca
Website: www.marchofdimes.ca

Design Ability is a volunteer program of March of Dimes Canada. Skilled volunteers produce custom assistive products or modify existing devices to suit the individual's needs. Cost is for materials only.

PIA Law

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PIA Law
390 Bay St #3000,
Toronto, ON M5H 2Y2
Tel:1 855-474-2529
Website: www.pialaw.ca
All Personal Injury Alliance law firms are recognized leaders in personal injury law, and we are highly respected by the insurance industry and our peers. When negotiations fail to provide a fair settlement, our law firms have the resources and experience to take a case to trial when necessary. Each PIA member law firm has an excellent trial record, with some of the highest judgments in Canadian history. Every PIA lawyer has a reputation for providing unparalleled legal representation to accident victims and their families. PIA lawyers practice law with dedication and compassion to ensure our clients’ futures are financially secure. When you hire a lawyer from one of our three firms, you’ll be choosing a legal partner with a proven track record of success and your best interests in mind. When you first speak with us, there is no cost or obligation. We offer a free initial consultation and case evaluation. If we accept your case, you won’t pay any fees until we win. Book a free consultation today and find out how a PIA law firm can help you after a catastrophic injury.

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Modern Angels Healthcare Agency 
251 Consumers Rd., Suite 1200
North York, ON  M2J 4R3
Contact: Tahir Virk
Phone: (416) 572-8608
Fax: (416) 774-2475 
Email: modernangelsnursing@gmail.com
Website: modernangels.ca

Quality and Effective Care are a core focus in what we do. Our mission is to provide healthcare professionals, recognized for their experience, leadership and professionalism, to your organization or for private care needs. Our focus begins and ends with honesty, integrity and transparency for both job seekers and employers.
We know that with our selection of high-quality healthcare professionals, we are providing the best in class Attendant Care. Our knowledgeable, professional staff offer peace of mind for the client’s family and the healthcare organizations we provide services to.
At the Modern Angels Healthcare Agency, we offer our clients the convenience of supplementing healthcare staffing needs. We specialize in finding the highest-quality caregivers in Ontario’s medical industry, whether it be Registered Nurses, Registered Practical Nurses or Certified Personal Support Workers. These professionals are able to make an immediate impact in various settings including hospitals, long-term care facilities, nursing homes, retirement homes, private homes and other healthcare facilities.

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union
100 Lesmill Road
Toronto, ON M3B 3P8
Telephone: 416-443-8888
Contact: Brenda Allan
E-Mail: brenda.allan@opseulocal215.com
Website: opseu.org

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU), Hospital Professionals Division represents over 25,000 professionals across Ontario and knows the vital role that Occupational Therapists play as an allied health professional in our public health care system. OPSEU is the union of choice for Occupational Therapists and other health care professionals

Complex Injury Rehab

Complex Injury Rehab
1101 Kingston Road, Suite 240
Pickering, ON L1V 1B5
Telephone: 647-725-2633
Contact: Heather Condello
E-Mail: hcondello@complexinjury.com
Website: www.complexinjury.com

Complex Injury Rehab is owned and managed by occupational therapists. We provide community-based occupational therapy throughout Ontario and offer clinic-based rehabilitation out of our clinic in Pickering. Our focus i on the assessment and treatment of clients who have sustained severe or catastrophic injuries with a focus on neurological rehabilitation. Our mission is to promote health and maximize quality of life and independence for our clients through provision of high-quality rehabilitation. We strive to be leaders in community rehab through the use of innovative and best in practice therapies, technology enhanced programs, advanced practice training, and digital health assessments. Nominated this year and last for the Ontario Brain Injury Association Award of Excellence for Rehabilitation Company of the Year. We are looking for passionate OTs to join our team! We are open, flexible and welcoming of your ideas and professional interests. We offer contract consulting positions and salaried employment options with paid vacations, benefits, yearly professional development fund and quarterly team training days. We welcome you to come and talk to us about your professional goals and opportunities we can offer!

GotCare

GotCare
206 Pacific Avenue
Toronto, ON M6P 2P5
Telephone: 416-357-8625
Contact: Carol Macdonald
E-Mail: carol@gotcare.ca
Website: www.gotcare.ca

GotCare is a self-directed home care model. We provide your clients the care options in their local communities. The right and responsibility is afforded to your client.

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Neil Squire Society
c/o BRI, 150 Kilgour St
Toronto, ON M4G 1R8
Telephone: 416-797-6757
Contact: Stewart Russel
E-Mail: stewartr@neilsquire.ca
Website: www.makersmakingchange.com

Makers Making Change is an innovative community based project that connects makers to people with disabilities to create affordable open source assistive technologies. MMC is initiative run by the Research and Development department of the Neil Squire Society; a Canadian National not-for-profit organization that uses technology, knowledge and passion to empower people with disabilities. Makers Making Change addresses issues faced by people with disabilities by utilizing the open source movement, the crowd sourcing movement, and the maker movement to create affordable, assistive technologies at the community level. We build networks and community by hosting events to prototype and build new devices; providing a library of free, tested, open source assistive technologies; and hosting a community based “matching service” through our website where makers and people with disabilities can connect to work on projects collaboratively in their region.