The Autism Research Centre focuses on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) research looking at early diagnosis in ASD (Canadian Infant Sibling Study), genetics in ASD (Autism Genome Project), and early development in ASD ("Pathways to Better Outcomes")
Developing and supporting the clinical use of innovative therapies to decrease health care costs and shorten lengths of stay while assisting clients to improve their functional mobility, increase their activity, and enhance participation in the community.
Child-friendly rooms designed to provide a comfortable, safe space, that feature bright colors and funny characters that provide distraction from uncomfortable procedures.
Home to the state-of-the-art Computer-Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN). Software allows the operator to create customized rehabilitation scenarios to address patients’ unique rehabilitation needs and abilities, ranging from children to older adults.
I CAN Centre for Assistive Technology looks to positively affect the lives of people who have disabilities, through the use of assistive technology.
Funded in part by the Oiler’s Community Foundation and the GRH Foundation, features state-of-the-art digital, interactive and electronic gaming activities, many of which have been developed in-house at the Glenrose through collaborations with NAIT and the University of Alberta.
A home-like setting available to all Glenrose patients for therapeutic activities. The ILS is used for assessment and therapy focusing on building abilities for patients to return home safely and independently.
Promoting education for Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital staff, physicians, patients, families, caregivers and Alberta Health Services and external partners via mentoring programs, Alberta Caregiver College®, workshops, webinars, and geriatric grand rounds.
Providing support, information sessions, and community resources for Glenrose patients, parents, caregivers, and those connected through our community partners.
A peaceful space intended to be shared by all patients, families, staff, and visitors for purposes of meditation, prayer, solitude, and quiet reflection.
Rehabilitation research focuses on finding new and better ways to help people of all ages maintain their independence or to regain skills and abilities needed to live their lives to the fullest extent possible.
The Centre provides a continuum of care in one facility, moving clients (primarily adults) with complex dizziness, balance disorders, and problems with walking from assessment through diagnosis to rehabilitation.