Never say never because limits,

like fears, are often just

an illusion.


The Seizure & Brain Injury Centre would like to thank the community and volunteers that assist and support us and to our clients that allow us to keep doing our best for them. 

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A Word From Our President

          I would like to thank Rhonda Latendresse for her 28 years of service with the Agency as the Executive Director we have all come to know and love, making the Agency grow year after year. From serving Epilepsy clients to serving Epilepsy & Brain Injury clients, expanding through the Cochrane & Temiskaming Districts, and developing new programs and services. Although she was starting to think that retirement was never going to come, we made sure to have it happen for her. Hopefully, she can now rest assured knowing that the Agency will be in great hands as our new Executive Director steps in.

I would like to wish AnneMarie Sorsa a warm welcome to the Agency as Executive Director. May you grow with us as an individual and may your dreams of growth and expansion for the Agency come true. I believe great things are in sight for the Agency and yourself for years to come.

Thank you both!


Thierry Croussette

The Daily Press

New executive director for Timmins’

Seizure and Brain Injury Centre

Richa Bhosale

Published on: September 22, 2020 | Last Updated: September 22, 2020 8:23 PM EDT

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