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Pediatric Research Laboratory

Research on Evidence-based Services and Innovative strategies conducted in ALLIANce and True partnership with Key stakeholders to Improve the lives of children with Developmental disabilities and their families.

At the RESI-ALLIANT KID laboratory we are dedicated to improve the lives of children with brain-based developmental disabilities and their families.

Our work is based on core values of patient-oriented research and knowledge translation.

We are proud to host and partner with a unique parent-advisory group that is actively involved in all of our projects, as well as leading research initiatives with an integrated knowledge mobilization plan.

Our research addresses multiple areas related to pediatric rehabilitation and includes health coaching for children with disabilities and their families, family-centered care, novel interventions to support live transitions and mental health, early interventions, and new methods of healthcare services delivery including the use of telehealth.

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Research Areas

Innovative, high-priority, patient-identified, state-of-the-art projects


For children with disabilities and their families


To support live transitions and mental health

Telehealth / Telerehabilitation

Based upon the use of communication technologies

Centered Care

Health coaching for children and their families


Babies and young children with developmental delays

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Latest News

April 1, 2022

EDIT-CP: Early Detection and Intervention Toolkit for Cerebral Palsy

We are please to announce that Tatiana Ogourtsova (PhD OT, Principal Investigator), Annette Majnemer (PhD OT, Principal Investigator) and Dr. Darcy Fehlings (Principal Investigator) are recipients […]
April 1, 2022

Mental Health Matters: a newly funded project

We are pleased to announce that Tatiana Ogourtsova (PhD OT) and team are recipients of the CRIR New Initiative funds for the project “MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS: […]
April 1, 2022

Co-designed telerehabilitation workshop for caregivers of children with disabilities

We are pleased to announced that Tatiana Ogourtsova (PhD OT) and Annette Majnemer (PhD OT) are recipients of the CHILD-BRIGHT Knowledge Translation ConneKT Fund 2022-2023 for […]
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Funding support

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For further advice on what funding is available to you and guidance in approaching funders and institutions, please send us an email.


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