Community Impact

Many of our faculty contribute to our community through research and special projects. Through these projects they are able to provide citizens of the Hamilton area with help and resources to help them back to doing what they love.



Partnering for Change

 

Partnering for Change is the name of both a new model for delivering integrated rehabilitation services for children with special needs and the program of research that has evaluated the development, implementation and evaluation of P4C service model. The P4C model of service is an innovative, collaborative, evidence-informed model that uses a needs-based, tiered approach to provide rehabilitation services for children with special needs in schools.

Partnering for Change is the name of both a new model for delivering integrated rehabilitation services for children with special needs and the program of research that has evaluated the development, implementation and evaluation of P4C service model. The P4C model of service is an innovative, collaborative, evidence-informed model that uses a needs-based, tiered approach to provide rehabilitation services for children with special needs in schools.

For more information please visit the Partnering for Change website.

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Do Live Well

The Do-Live-Well framework describes the link between what people do everyday and their health and well-being.

For more information please visit the Do Live Well website.

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MacM3

McMaster Monitoring my Mobility-MacM3, is a research platform based at the Institute of Applied Health Sciences at McMaster University. Our research focus is in the areas of mobility, aging and technology.

For more information please visit the MacM3 website.

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