Dennis Radman’s interest in brain injury rehab began long before he knew what a brain injury was. An early family brain injury led him down a path that he is continuing to forge to this day. With years of education & credentials behind him, Dennis is able to use a lifetime of experience and knowledge to help clients move forward with their rehabilitation. Dennis has been providing brain injury clinical care for nearly two decades. Volunteering has been a staple in Dennis’ life, serving on the board for the Brain Injury Association of Windsor & Essex County for many years and the 2015 Volunteer of the Year for the Ontario Brain Injury Association.

Dennis’ leadership skills, combined with interests in research, development and technology enabled him to contribute to the development of the recent Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation’s Standards for Post-Concussion Care. Dennis is currently working on proposals for developing an over-arching web-based framework for knowledge translation within the field of brain injury.