The Anticipated Changes to the Definition of “Catastrophic Impairment” and It’s Expected Impact

Author(s): Darcy R. Merkur

September 13, 2012


Darcy R. Merkur, The Anticipated Changes to the Definition of “Catastrophic Impairment” and It’s Expected Impact, presented at the Back to School with Thomson Rogers and Spinal Cord Injury Ontario – Managing Your Injury to Independence conference on September 13, 2012.

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