Edmonton seniors, older adults with chronic conditions and individuals with disabilities have a new and expanded home for dental care, thanks to a partnership between the School of Dentistry, Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation (GRHF) and Alberta Health Services.
(AHS. Read our news release and backgrounder for additional detail.
The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation gave a lead gift of $75,000 to our Foundation. We then also supported the project while the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital and Alberta Health Services provided operational guidance. An ongoing collaboration with NAIT supports technology and program development for the Centre and the overall hospital, including the “Smash Up Derby” game. Read our news release for complete details and visit http://oilers.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=647088 for live video and images of this celebration.
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The Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation Research Grant program was founded in 2006 and within five short years has contributed significantly to the advancement of research activities
Western Canada's first Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN) virtual reality medical treatment system designated for patient use was unveiled. The Courage in Motion (CIM) Centre, which houses the simulator, is officially opened at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital, thanks to a partnership between the Canadian Forces (CF), the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation, the Government of Alberta and Alberta Health Services.READ MORE
In the line of duty, Canadian soldiers are sometimes injured. In the line of duty, medical personnel at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital often serve our country's finest following an injury.READ MORE