Paediatric Catastrophic Impairment – Passing the Test

Author(s): David A. Payne

January 5, 2012

David Payne provides and in depth presentation regarding paediatric catastrophic impairment.

Since October 1, 2003 with the enactment of Ontario Regulation 281/03, the catastrophic determination for persons under the age of 16 has been subject to special considerations. The issue is what are those special considerations and how do we apply them to an infant’s catastrophic assessment?

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