Parkwood Institute, St. Joseph's Health Care
St. Thomas, Ontario
Penny works in Acquired Brain Injury as well as Complex and Continuing Care at Parkwood Institute in London, Ontario. As part of her role, she facilitates an innovative Return to School program to address the specific needs of secondary and post-secondary students resuming studies following mTBI/concussion.
Penny is a recipient of the Sisters of St. Joseph Award for respect, care and compassion. She participates in provincial guidelines and is currently working with Health Quality Ontario on Quality Standards for Concussion Care. She is a contributor to the practice guidelines for concussion care as well as those for moderate to severe acquired brain injury through the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation. Penny is co-author of the Dysphagia and Cognitive-Communication Chapters in the Evidence Based Review of Acquired Brain Injury at www.erabi.ca as well as the Evidence Based Review in Stroke Rehabilitation for Dysphagia and Aphasia chapters at www.ebrsr.com. She is mom to 4 great (but busy) kids and is married to a husband who is a Paramedic. This is her first time attending ACRM.
Friday, October 23, 2020
11:00 AM – 12:15 PM EST