About Us

Our clinical research coordinating team of the Directorate of Academic Affairs and Research Ethics brings together researchers, clinicians, students, and people with disabilities to work on common interests for the improvement of services in rehabilitation.

If you have a question, a project idea or simply want to explore what research might have to offer, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

Our Mission

Supporting the physical rehabilitation services through the mobilization of knowledge, research, and innovation to ensure an exceptional user experience. 

In order to offer an exceptional experience to our service users, we believe that different types of knowledge need to be valued and shared:

  • research evidence,
  • clinical expertise, and
  • clients’ experiences.

We believe in the importance of having researchers and students working close to the clinical teams and service users by being directly in the establishment whenever possible. While increasing the visibility of research, it also allows everyone to get to know each other.
Stakeholders working together lead to co-creating relevant and timely research projects that can support clinical practice and impact the lives of people living with disabilities and their families.

We know, these things take time and commitment, but our team is there to help along the way!

That’s why our team hopes to continue working with our partners in rehabilitation research and clinical innovations to nurture a field of knowledge that ultimately leads to evidence-based best practices.

Our Team

Our Services

Our Collaboration with

Our tradition of seeking excellence through evidence-based practices goes way back. The Lethbridge-Layton-Mackay Rehabilitation Center is proud to be one of the founding members of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation (CRIR) of Metropolitan Montreal for over 20 years.


What is the CRIR?

The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation of Greater Montreal (CRIR) is a unique research center. It is distinguished by the excellence, breadth and diversity of its research in rehabilitation, as well as through its interdisciplinary, intersectoral and knowledge mobilization initiatives. These initiatives have an important impact in the clinical, scientific, public and community sectors. CRIR provides an extraordinary environment for the training of new researchers and students, and is also a model of partnership and administrative synergy.

To learn more about CRIR, visit www.crir.ca