CTI is pleased to report we were one of the successful proponents for WorkSafeBC's OT Services Request for Qualifications. This new contract amalgamates the previous Brain Injury and Community OT contracts into one agreement.
A recent upgrade of head office computers resulted in an opportunity to contribute to a local non profit organization supporting the settlement of newcomer families to Canada. The Mount Pleasant Neighborhood House provides a number of programs to serve the community including emergency childcare, settlement services, food programs and employment services.
In recognition of her work with the UBC MOT program’s Vocational Rehabilitation module and her recent appointment as the lead instructor for this course, we are happy to report that Monita Khaira Sandhu has been appointed the rank of Clinical Instructor by the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at UBC.
After consultation with our clinical and administrative staff and review of the current BC Public Health Office (PHO) and WorkSafeBC guidelines as well as information from the BC Centre for Disease Control, Community Therapists is pleased to provide an outline of our Restart Plan. In accordance with WorkSafeBC requirements, please click here for a detailed Safety Plan.
We are pleased to announce that Monita Khaira Sandhu has been appointed lead clinical instructor for the UBC MOT Vocational Rehabilitation module and both Lia Jetha and Danae Rau will also be returning as instructors for this course.
Further to our message on March 18, 2020, this notice provides a current update on our response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We remain fully operational and are currently accepting referrals for Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Kinesiology services (telehealth & in-person community/workplace visits).
Community Therapists is committed to ensuring the safety of our staff and clients and the information outlined here will explain the many steps we have taken to manage the threat that COVID-19 poses to our valued team members and clients.
CTI is pleased to report we were one of the successful proponents for this WorkSafeBC Request for Qualifications. CTI was awarded this contract for Vancouver. A special thanks to the CTI team which contributed to the development of a strong proposal which reflects the expertise of our people and the value of our approach in working with clients recovering from concussion. Team members who contributed expertise, advice, written content and administrative service for this bid include Monita, Sue, Lia, Stephanie, Katie, Shao and Laura! In addition to ECAT, Community Therapists provides COT, CBIS, RTWSS, Home Physiotherapy and Driver Rehabilitation for WorkSafeBC in a number of communities throughout BC.
Community Therapists is part of the WorkSafeBC external provider network and is pleased to announce that we were recently re-awarded the Return to Work Support Services (RTWSS) contract for Surrey and Vancouver and have also been awarded Burnaby as a new region. RTWSS involves Job Site Visits, Job Demands Analyses and implementation and monitoring of Graduated Return to Work Plans for workers recovering from a variety of injuries. To learn more about the RTWSS program, please visit WorkSafeBC’s website by clicking here.