Brainworks, a London-based medical rehabilitation company, today received two awards at the National Conference of the Brain Injury Association of Canada. The awards were presented to Brainworks during an awards luncheon at the conference venue in Kingston, Ontario. The Special Recognition and Communication awards honour the ten-year-old company’s achievements in the field of brain injury.

In an email to Brainworks senior management, Executive Director Arden McGregor, who had just finished giving a presentation at the conference, said she was “over the moon” with excitement at receiving the awards.

The Special Recognition Award is granted to an individual, group or organization for their outstanding support, devotion or friendship to advance the cause of brain injury in Canada. Brainworks was recognized for its achievements in brain injury awareness and prevention, its participation in the communities it serves and its support to a long list of organizations.

The Communication Award is granted to an individual, group or organization for their outstanding efforts in promoting, advertising or communicating to advance the cause of brain injury in Canada. Brainworks staff have had articles published in several journals. The company’s involvement in social media grows daily and it has launched leading-edge rehabilitation programs available on the Internet. The award acknowledges Brainworks significant communications achievements in the brain injury field.

Now in its tenth year of service, Brainworks is a medical rehabilitation company whose vision is to be Ontario’s premier multidisciplinary rehabilitation solution. Managed from its head office in London, Ontario, Brainworks provides direct rehabilitation services throughout approximately half of the province of Ontario. Innovative and secure eRehabilitation programs, including a multidisciplinary pain coaching program, can reach clients in remote areas of the entire province and throughout Canada.

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