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Art Gallery

Welcome to our Photo Gallery!

Welcome to our virtual Photo Gallery where photos represent various individuals with a neurological impairment experiences transitioning out of rehabilitation and back to their home and community. The photos and captions below showcase an assortment of things that have either helped or hindered one's transition back into the community after discharge, along with a caption describing each photo.

Photo Gallery

Please view the photos and captions below!

If interested in getting involved in the research connected to this, please see the flyer below and/or reach out to the study lead, Janelle Unger (!

Patient Engagement

Both Paul Garrett and Jason R. Gray are a part of Parkwood Institute's patient engagement team and have greatly supported this project. Thank you for sharing your time, expertise, and experiences with us!

Paul Garrett

Read more about Paul's rehabilitation journey with Parkwood Institute here!

Father, Grandfather, Mortgage Advisor and Spinal Cord Injury Warrior. Acute onset of a rare neuroimmune disease started Paul on a journey to raise awareness for his condition and the challenges faced by people who live with disabilities and rare diseases. Determined to help others navigate their new worlds, he became a member of the Southwest Executive Council for Spinal Cord Injury Ontario (SCIO), and is now a peer mentor and the Group Lead in Canada for the Siegel Rare Neuroimmune Association (SRNA). Paul served as a member of the Parkwood Main Care Partner Advisory Council, the Care Partnership at St. Joseph’s Health Care, London, sits on several related committees, and has participated in cutting-edge initiatives at Lawson Research Institute. Within the community, he owns and operates Garrett Mortgages, is a member of the London Chamber of Commerce and is the President of the Kiwanis Club of Forest City-London.

Jason R. Gray

Jason is a filmmaker, writer, photographer, and much more. You can check out his website to see some of his various works and films!

You can also read some of Jason's rehabilitation story from Parkwood Institute here!

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