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“The struggle you are in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow” - Robert Tew

“The struggle you are in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow” - Robert Tew

Working with Stroke Survivors: How to Maximize their Potential

April 4, 2016: Life Skills Therapy successfully hosted our two part workshop on Functional Use of Upper Extremity; and Functional Use of Lower Extremity. This is part of our series of workshops on Working with Stroke Survivors: How to maximize their potential. The workshops were jointly presented by Amit Kumar, OT; and Kim Hall, Physiotherapist at Physio2u. Over 35 rehab professionals attended the workshops.

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Here is what some of them had to say:

“Teachings were very applicable and informative”

“Really informative and practical, well done”

“Fantastic material that has immediate application for my clients. Thanks”

“I loved all the practical application of techniques and everyday examples of how to incorporate exercises”

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“The struggle you are in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow” - Robert Tew

Workshop on Stroke Rehabilitation

January 4, 2016: Life Skills Therapy and NeuroFunction Rehab invite you to attend our 2-day workshop to learn functional upper and lower extremity exercises and handling skills for people with neurological impairments. The workshop is aimed at Kinesiologists, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy new graduates and students who want to learn and improve their handling skills to ensure a safe therapeutic environment for neurological impaired clientele.
Date: Saturday, March 5, 2016 and Saturday, April 2, 2016
Time: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Location: NeuroFunction Rehab, #105-17660 65A Ave, Surrey, BC V3S 5N4
Registration Deadline: March 1, 2016
Please click here for more information and/or to register.

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“The struggle you are in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow” - Robert Tew

“The struggle you are in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow” - Robert Tew

Stroke group therapy program a big success

June 22, 2015: Our 10 week upper extremity group therapy program was successfully completed on June 16 with a surprise potluck lunch organized by our participants. Kudos to the stroke survivors for their active and enthusiastic participation in this program. We now look forward to the lower extremity group program.

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“The struggle you are in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow” - Robert Tew

NeuroFunction Rehab now offering BrainFx assessment

April 16, 2015: We are pleased to announce that three of our occupational therapists are now certified BrainFx 360 administrators. “BrainFx 360 is a new, comprehensive, standardized, research-based digital assessment tool that is designed to measure the functional impact of mild to moderate brain injury or disorder” (BrainFx.com). Please feel free to call us for more information or for an assessment.

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“The struggle you are in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow” - Robert Tew

NeuroFunction Rehab: Opening ceremony

April 2, 2015: NeuroFunction Rehab opened its doors to public after our opening ceremony on March 26. We are excited to offer specialty neurological rehabilitation services close to your home. Check out these pictures from the day:

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“The struggle you are in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow” - Robert Tew

NeuroFunction Rehab: Excellence in neurological rehabilitation

March 15, 2015: We are excited to announce opening of our new specialty therapy centre focusing on clients with neurological impairments. NeuroFunction Rehab is opening its doors on Thursday, March 26. Please feel free to visit us on March 26 at #105, 17660 65A Ave, Surrey V3S 8E7. Please click here to find out more about services offered.

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“The struggle you are in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow” - Robert Tew