Ann Marquis

Regional Coordinator, Eastern Ontario

Ann_Marquis@WrightRehab.ca

613.340.4018

705.441.0924

As a Regional Coordinator serving Eastern Ontario, Ann encourages all Rehabilitation Workers bring the same enthusiasm to their clients that she has for the past 20+ years.  Ann has been with Wright Rehab since the inception of the business in 2002 and has been involved in all areas of the company.

Ann brings a diverse background of over 28 years of Social Service experience in Mental Health, Child Welfare, and Management and Community Rehabilitation. Ann developed, owned, and operated Marquis Youth Services, a ministry licensed program which operated therapeutic foster homes for last chance hard to serve adolescent males in eastern Ontario. Ann’s unique experience in the needs of hard to serve, dual diagnosis clients and their families provides her workers with unparalleled support.

Ann has obtained a Correctional Diploma, and attended several certification program courses at Brock University in conjunction with The Ontario Brain Injury Association. She completed the Hanen Communication Training for Counselors course.

Heather Hartfield

Regional Coordinator, GTA West

As a Regional Coordinator serving GTA West, Heather ensures that her Support Workers are following the Wright Rehab philosophy. Heather supports clients and caregivers in achieving their goals by providing them with the best Rehab Support Worker possible. Through consistent review and coaching Heather makes sure that quality client care is always delivered.

Heather has experienced working with clients of all ages with a variety of clinical conditions, including acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, chronic pain, and development delays. Heather has worked in hospitals, community settings, within the client’s homes, and group homes.

Heather’s Health Studies Degree from Brock University led her to Advanced Training in Acquired Brain Injury in both children and adults. She ensures up-to-date knowledge by attending conferences for acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, and neuro trauma.

Heather is passionate and dedicated to everything that she takes on. She understands the needs of others and always enjoys meeting new people and challenges.

Annette Peddle

Regional Coordinator, GTA North, Barrie and Surrounding Area

Annette is a Regional Coordinator serving GTA North, Barrie and Surrounding Area. Annette has over 20 years experience helping people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) field and is dedicated to providing the best rehabilitation support for her clients. Annette’s years of experience working on the front line with brain injured clients enables her to empathize and understand client needs. Prior to working in the rehabilitation field Annette worked several years in corporate marketing.

For fun, Annette enjoys trying to keep up with her two boys and daughter on their cycling tours.  In her quiet time you can find her snowboarding and hiking in the mountain regions of Ontario.

Dana Kinchen

Regional Coordinator, Southwestern Ontario

Dana is the Regional Coordinator, serving Southwestern Ontario. She has worked in the healthcare field for more than 15 years providing personal health services to people of all ages.  After joining Wright Rehab in 2014, Dana advanced into her Regional Coordinator role in the Spring of 2015.

With a passion for helping people Dana’s approach ensures a positive impact on her clients’ lives.

When she is not chasing her four kids, she enjoys traveling and being active in many outdoor sports including kayaking.

Toni Redfern

Regional Coordinator, Peterborough and GTA East

Toni is the Regional Coordinator, serving Peterborough and GTA East.  She has been a frontline healthcare worker for over 10 years and most recently a Healthcare Administrator for a very complex client. With experience working with Acquired Brain Injury, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, stroke and medically fragile Deaf clients of all ages. Toni takes pride in providing exceptional care and dedication with compassion and understanding to clients.

Toni has a degree in Foundations for Homecare from University of New York State, as well as sign language and teaching assistant and other related health care courses from Fleming College. Her greatest passion is being an instrumental part of recovery for clients that have had life altering traumatic experiences. She embraces and promotes best practice in client care. Toni lives in the Peterborough area with her husband and two children and an assortment of rescue animals.

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