On Demand Casual Conversations with PINK Concussions

“Casual Conversations” with Brain Injury Professional guest editor, Katherine Snedaker, LCSW, CEO of PINK Concussions.  In these informal calls, Katherine interviews and chats with the researchers to provide a deeper dive into the topics of Brain Injury such as domestic violence, women veterans, and female athletes. All 28 Episodes of Casual

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Research into the Benefits of Art Rehabilitation Therapy and Stroke

Research study looks into the benefits of art rehabilitation therapy for stroke patients <img src=”https://www.providencecare.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Art-Therapy-9-1024×646-1024×646.png” height=”646″ width=”1024″ alt=”Art Rehabilitation Study” class=”slider-11214 slide-11222″ title=”Art Therapy 9 1024×646″ /> Read the article by Providence Care Hospital about The Art Rehabilitation Therapy Program, a pilot study being conducted at Providence

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“Line-Trapping” Scam

Police issue warning: new “line-trapping” scam Police agencies across Ontario are warning citizens of a new phone scam which involves suspects using “line-trapping” technology to tap into victim’s phone lines in order to steal personal information. Stop, look, and think. Don’t be fooled by the scammers. New

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Can art rehabilitation therapy aid in stroke recovery?

Research study looks into the benefits of art rehabilitation therapy for stroke patients <img src=”https://www.providencecare.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Art-Therapy-9-1024×646-1024×646.png” height=”646″ width=”1024″ alt=”Art Rehabilitation Study” class=”slider-11214 slide-11222″ title=”Art Therapy 9 1024×646″ /> Read the article by Providence Care Hospital in Kingston about The Art Rehabilitation Therapy Program. “Researchers with Providence Care’s Department

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The number of Ontario teens seeking help for self-harm at emergency departments has doubled in a decade…”Article in the Globe and Mail

The number of Ontario teens seeking help for self-harm at emergency departments has doubled in a decade. Read the article in the Globe and Mail by Erin Anderssen “One place to look for solutions may be Denmark, where, according to a new study published in October, self-harm

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