Posts Tagged ‘Dan Harren’

By On September 17th, 2015

Catastrophic Injury: The Struggle to Heal

Written by Dan Harren “Resilience is accepting your new reality, even if it’s less good than the one you had before.”–Elizabeth Edwards  “Never, never, never give up.”-Winston Churchill The catastrophic injury survivor must eventually face the question: do I accept my current abilities and disabilities, or do I keep striving for more? Do I keep…


By On August 19th, 2015

Broken Tea Cups: Healing and Pushing Ahead

Written by Dan Harren “What counts is not the best living, but the most living.” Camus The problem with rehab is it leads to more rehab. Rehab should not be thought of as an ongoing process, but as a necessary step to the rest of the patient’s life. There must be clear goals and there…


By On August 17th, 2015

Uber Comes to Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Written by Rolf B. Gainer, PhD & Dan Harren Uber has brought about big changes in access to transportation and businesses modeled after Uber are springing up in areas like: grocery shopping, personal services in the home and even in law and medicine. Can Community-based brain injury rehabilitation services be “”Uber-ized”? Well, rehabilitation services in…


By On July 20th, 2015

Brain Injury Rehab: Are we thinking long-term?

Written by Dan Harren TBI rehab is hard stuff. 10-plus years in, and I still find myself failing, learning, and moving forward. I’ve been thinking about success a lot lately, and what it means to be successful in rehab – from a client’s perspective (and thus from the treatment provider’s perspective). Here’s a bit of…


By On July 20th, 2015

NeuroNotes welcomes Dan Harren

Dan Harren is joining NeuroNotes as a guest blogger. Dan is the Business Development Manager for Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute of Ontario (NRIO), our sister facility in Toronto. He brings a background in brain injury rehabilitation for individuals with severe brain injuries and a dual diagnosis in hospital, residential and outreach settings through NRIO and other…

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