Stories made possible by you – Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Happy New Year! Is it too late to still be saying that?
For most of us, the New Year is an opportunity to look ahead, but I like to use this time to reflect on the past year. And when I look back, I look back with gratitude and count Holland Bloorview lucky to have friends like you who are committed to helping kids live their very best lives.
Because of you, kids have access to personalized care – care that looks at them as individuals and helps them achieve the goals they’ve set for themselves. From summer camp to music therapy, employment opportunities to cutting-edge research, you’re helping kids grow and discover.
I’m not one for resolutions, but I hope that together we can make 2019 an extra special year for kids with disabilities.
Sandra Hawken
President and CEO
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation
Mia riding a tricycle
Lena remembers getting to know her daughter, Mia, one word at a time. “She had maybe a dozen words,” said her mother Lena.
Chang family photo
Holland Bloorview renamed the East Wing of the hospital, the “G. Raymond Chang Wing” in recognition of the well-known philanthropist and his family’s exceptional support of the hospital that spans well over a decade.
Lisa Drumonde Daisy Award Winner
Lisa Drumonde is a registered practical nurse at Holland Bloorview. She’s been working here for nearly 22 years and recently won the DAISY Award.
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Author: kakonged

I am an author, journalist, teacher, and lawyer who lives in Toronto, Canada. This picture is a selfie that was done on Saturday, February 24, 2018, nearing six years of my being dreadlocked.