Hear from Chair Emily Nalder, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.), Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
To improve the lives of older adults through the creation and dissemination of knowledge in gerontological rehabilitation policy, practice, research and education. To develop, mentor, expand and enrich the community of Geriatric Rehabilitation clinicians, educators and researchers in order to facilitate the broader ACRM mission to IMPROVE LIVES.
“The ACRM Geriatric Rehabilitation Networking Group provides a home for anyone interested in geriatric rehab. We have a real mix of researchers, clinicians, and educators within the group and it’s very interdisciplinary so this is a great home for people interested in aging and great a chance to learn from those collaborations and do important work.” —Emily Nalder, PhD, University of Toronto
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