Mayor John Tory Proclaims June is Brain Injury Awareness Month in Toronto

Author(s): Ian W. K. Furlong, Kate Cahill

June 16, 2016 logo
Mayor John Tory proclaims June as Brain Injury Awareness Month in the city of Toronto.

Traumatic brain injury is the leading cause of death and disability of Canadians under the age of 40. Most Canadians do not know how prevalent brain injury really is or how much it can change lives.

Thomson Rogers’ personal injury lawyers Ian Furlong and Kate Cahill, members of the Brain Injury Society of Toronto’s Brain Injury Awareness Month committee, were at Holland Bloorview and Toronto Rehab helping promote brain injury awareness to the general public.

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Personal injury lawyer Ian Furlong at Holland Bloorview helping spread the message of brain injury awareness

L to R: Michael (volunteer), and BIAM committee members Ian Furlong and Alexandra Piotti at Holland Bloorview.

Personal Injury Lawyer Kate Cahill at Toronto Rehab promoting brain injury awareness month

L to R: Celia Missios, Kate Cahill and Colleen Boyce at Toronto Rehab.

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