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What’s New? – On September 1st, 2016 NRIO began operation as a division of Bayshore Therapy & Rehab.
December 2016: From the desk of Colleen Boyce
NRIO was founded and has been operated for the past 23 years by Dr. Rolf Gainer. Dr. Gainer said that there will be limited changes in the organization – the Management Team, employees and consultants, the locations and the NRIO name is unchanged. Read More.
January 2017: An effective, outcome- oriented model for moderate to severe brain injuries – a cost-effective bridge to going home.
Every year 50,000 Canadians sustain brain injuries. The World Health Organization estimates that 90% of Traumatic Brain Injuries are mild, 5% are moderate and 3% are severe therefore a small percentage of the brain injuries that occur every day in this country fall into the moderate to severe category. Read More.
NRIO selected in Top 10 Brain Injury Hospitals in Toronto and Ontario
The Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute of Ontario (NRIO) was selected by Lerner’s to the top 10 brain injury rehabilitation hospitals in the Toronto and Ontario region. Click here to read the Lerner’s article.
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NRIO EXEMPLARY !!!
The Board of Directors, management and staff members of the Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute of Ontario (NRIO) is pleased to announce that the organization has achieved the highest level of performance, accreditation decision, Accreditation with Exemplary Standing, from Accreditation Canada an independent, not-for-profit organization that sets standards for quality and safety in health care and accredits health organizations in Canada and around the world. NRIO participated in Accreditation Canada’s Qmentum program which measures multiple dimensions of compliance in all aspects of the organization.
As part of accreditation, NRIO participated in a rigorous review process and demonstrated substantial conformance to the Accreditation Standards and Quality Road Maps. Two Accreditation Canada surveyors spent three days at NRIO and its different locations in September, where they reviewed policies, procedures, and compliance with the international standards and the Required Organization Practices (ROP’s) and met with clients, families, referral sources and community partners.
NRIO is proud to be one of the few private brain injury providers using accreditation to improve the quality and safety of the services it offers to its clients and its community. By pursuing and achieving accreditation, NRIO has demonstrated it meets international standards for quality and is committed to pursing excellence.
The surveyors commented, “NRIO has excellent results and is clearly committed to look out for the best interests of the client with a very client focused approach that goes above and beyond.” They commended NRIO on its flexibility, communication, quality care programs, innovative ideas, strategic plan, multi-disciplinary approach, quality education and connecting with partners.
Colleen Boyce, Executive Director stated, “She is delighted with the outcome and the validation from Accreditation Canada. Colleen is most appreciative for the staff, clients and community partners who support and commit to quality and safety as a high priority.”
NRIO will provide all client related information in an accessible format, if feasible, as soon as practicable and upon request.