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Posts Tagged ‘Jaisa Sulit’

By On November 24th, 2014

Long term brain injury problems a theme at conference

I just attended the ABI Network Conference in Toronto. I’ve been a participant in this conference for years and each time it is convened I appreciate how the conference organizing committee hits the right themes. I spoke about problems in social role return and one of the questions related to what are realistic resources to achieve long term outcomes.…

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By On February 18th, 2014

Mindfulness: At The Tipping Point

Written by: Jaisa Sulit, BPHE, B.Ed, MScOT As a neurological-rehabiliation occupational therapist myself, I am continuously becoming enthusiastic about the evidence based practice of mindfulness that can enhance the quality of our lives. I am more excited, however, not because I’m speaking from a professional’s perspective, but from a personal one. In 2010, I myself sustained…

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By On February 18th, 2014

Introduction to Jaisa Sulit

I recently had the opportunity to meet Jaisa Sulit at the Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute of Ontario (NRIO) in Etobicoke, Ontario. Jaisa is an Occupational Therapist who came to NRIO to talk to the staff about Mindfulness and its application to individuals with brain injury. As I am interested in the practice of Mindfulness and have…

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