UPDATE - The Expert Panel's Report to the Superintendent on Catastrophic Impairment

From a legal perspective, the most fundamental problem with the CAT Expert Report appears to be a misconception by some of the Panel members about the impact of a CAT designation.  A declaration of CAT does not mean automatic entitlement to benefits!  The SABS process, whether CAT or non-CAT, is a needs based system, wherein accident victims are eligible to make claims for reasonable and necessary expenses, up to certain limits.

This fundamental...


Launch of the Free Online Trauma Resource Directory

We are pleased to announce the launch of the online Trauma Resource Directory. It can be found at

All too often hospital trauma workers face challenges assisting accident victims in locating appropriate private service providers working in a remote area of Ontario or capable of speaking a particular language. Hospital trauma workers across Ontario have expressed a dire need to be able to...


Back-to-School Conference Materials

Thank you to everyone who attended "Back to School with Thomson Rogers, in collaboration with the Toronto ABI Network", on September 8th, 2011, at the Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto.  Your participation helped to make this conference a great success.

For those of you who could not attend, the conference materials are now available online.

Click here to view the 2011 Back to School with Thomson, Rogers conference...


Ontario Brain Injury Association 2011 Provincial Conference

The Art of Living...Life After Brain Injury

Thomson, Rogers is the proud Diamond sponsor of the Ontario Brain Injury Association's 2011 Provincial Conference, which will be taking place from November 2 - 4, 2011 at the Sheraton on the Falls Hotel in Niagara Falls. This sponsorship will provide a limited number of survivors, family members and/or caregivers a subsidized conference rate of $50 per person. If you are interested in attending as a sponsored delegate, please...