Stan Cassidy Centre for Rehabilitation
Stan Cassidy Centre for Rehabilitation (SCCR) is the provincial tertiary centre for rehabilitation of the complex neurological disorders in New-Brunswick, located in Fredericton.
The Centre offers specialized assessment and intervention services to clients from all parts of the province. The program provides specialized inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient services and specialty clinics. With services provided in both official languages, the Centre offers support to community therapists who are providing primary and secondary services, via consultation and professional education opportunities. Research and provision of information/services to consumers are also essential components of the tertiary program. Our multi-disciplinary clinical care team includes Physiatry, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Social Work, Psychology/Neuropsychology, Speech-Language Pathology, Recreation Therapy, Clinical Nutrition, Nursing, Assistive Technology Services, Adaptive Driving Service, Adaptive Seating Service, Augmentative Communication Service, Rehabilitation Engineering and Spiritual Care.
Adjacent to the SCCR is the Stan Cassidy Kiwanis House, which offers accessible accommodation, and Atlantic Canada's only fully accessible rehabilitation Therapeutic Park. Transitional Living Suites (TLS) are accessible and self-contained living spaces on site at SCCR, designed for patients requiring intensive assessment and/or rehabilitation but who do not require intensive nursing care. SCCR has both an adult and a pediatric team
Implementation in Action
Consortium Team Members
Dr. Colleen O’Connell – Physiatrist and Research Chief
Dr. JoAnne Savoie – Clinical Neuropsychologist
Implementation & Evaluation Specialists (IES)
Dominique LeBlanc – PT & IES
Site Implementation Team (SIT)
Shane McCullum – Research Manager