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Spotlight Best Practice Organization Brain and Spinal Cord Rehab Program Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (TRI), University Health Network, Toronto Toronto Rehab’s Spinal Cord Rehabilitation Program (SCRP) offers a number of interprofessional clinical services, aimed at providing individuals with the knowledge and skills to live more active and fulfilling lives, post-injury. Notable programs include the SCRP Cottage Program, a four-day cottage experience where individuals can engage in a number of adapted leisure activities (e.g., handcycling, sailing and swimming); and the Community Reintegration OutPatient (CROP) Service, a therapeutic educational initiative that provides individuals with opportunities to discuss topics relevant to emotional, physical and social wellbeing. Other notable services, geared to facilitating community participation, include a Toronto Transit Corporation (TTC) orientation (transportation), the CPA Ontario Employment Resource Centre (employment), the Peer Support Program (social), and Lyndhurst Fitness Centre (physical activity). In addition, various online resources promote health and wellbeing, including Spinal Cord Connections (www.spinalcordconnections. ca), and the Spinal Cord Essentials Tool-Kit (www.torontorehab. com/Our-Services/Spinal-Cord-Injury-and-Disease/Spinal-Cord- Essentials-Toolkit.aspx). Notable programs include the SCRP Cottage Program, a four-day cottage experience where individuals can engage in a number of adapted leisure activities. 190 CAPTURING CAPACITY IN CANADIAN SCI REHABILITATION


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