Expert therapists in multiple fields who will ensure you receive exceptional care.

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Our Approach

Our Approach

At Abilities our clients are the focus of care. Each plan of treatment is tailored to your needs, ensuring you get the treatment that is most effective for you.

Virtual & In Person Care

Virtual & In Person Care

Abilities can provide both in-person and telemedicine sessions based on the needs of our clients. Safety is always at the forefront of service delivery and during the current pandemic we follow all professional and government regulations and guidelines, maintaining a safe environment.

Areas Served

Areas Served

Abilities has therapists providing services throughout most of Ontario ranging from Windsor in the south to Sault St.Marie in the north. Contact our office to see which services are available in your area and which language is preferred.

We give you the ability to enjoy your life again

At Abilities, we understand your desire to return to a more satisfying and healthy life. Whether your current challenge is cognitive, physical, emotional, or psychological, these difficulties can reduce our independence, limit our activities, and interfere with your enjoyment of life. The goal of all our programs is to regain ability and maintain it.

Rehabilitation Company Of The Year

We are proud to announce that we have been chosen Rehabilitation Company of the Year by the Ontario Brain Injury Association and PIA Law. It is an honour to be recognized for the exceptional work we do and the care we give to brain injury survivors.

Award of Excellent Rehabilitation company of the year


Our multi-disciplinary team of professionals have the training, knowledge, and expertise to provide exceptional health care services.

248 First St, Unit 2,
Midland, Ontario L4R 0A8

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& Treatments

We help our clients recover from all types of injuries and illnesses. Whether it be Cognitive, Emotional, Functional, or Physical, the Abilities team will develop a customized recovery program that is geared towards meeting each client’s need and recovery goals.

Land Acknowledgment

Abilities Rehabilitation Services respectfully acknowledges that we live and work on the Treaty territory of the Anishinabek people, now known as the Chippewa Tri-Council, comprised of the Beausoleil First Nation, Rama First Nation, and the Georgina Island First Nation. This territory is within the pre-confederation Treaty 5 and 16 and includes the Williams Treaties of 1923. Abilities Rehabilitation Services also recognizes that it is located on land that was once the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat. Our community is home to many citizens of the Metis Nation of Ontario and to a large diverse community of Indigenous peoples.

We extend our deepest appreciation to Indigenous Nations within the territory – as a sign of our continued growth and mindfulness of historical impacts past and present to the nations we service. Abilities Rehabilitation strives to develop and maintain relationships that include mutual respect and understanding like that of the two-row Wampum.

Abilities Rehabilitation Services is dedicated to building our service delivery in the spirit of reconciliation with all Indigenous peoples recognized in various Treaty territories within northern and southern Ontario. Abilities Rehabilitation Services respectfully acknowledges our obligation to the Truth and Reconciliation.

Specialized Motor
Vehicle Accident

Abilities provides treatment to those injured in motor vehicle accidents, and can provide specific assessments for the medical and legal issues that may arise including Catastrophic Injury assessments, Life Care planning, and determination of personal or attendant care needs.


Dizziness can be caused from a number of issues such as vestibular migraines and vertigo. It can lead to balance issues and increases the risk of falling. We have an associate who specializes in vestibular issues and can help you feel sturdy on your feet again, sometimes in one to two sessions.

Play Therapy

Our transformative Play Therapy program offers a creative and effective outlet for children aged 3 to 12, to navigate and communicate emotions and experiences that words might not capture, learning to resolve challenges and discover appropriate coping strategies for many situations. 

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Programs for Seniors

We are dedicated to enhancing the well-being and independence of seniors through our specialized programs. Whether you’re a family caregiver seeking support to improve the daily functioning of a loved one with dementia, exploring stay at home options to determine the best living situation, or wondering how to prevent life-altering falls, we can help.  

Our Therapists

The clinical team at Abilities Rehabilitation have the expertise, knowledge, and dedication and provide exceptional healthcare to our patients.

Latest News from Abilities

Cognitive Communication Checklist

Cognitive Communication Checklist

Did you know, regardless of the severity, acquired brain injuries (ABI) can result in complex cognitive, communicative, physical, and emotional impairments that require interdisciplinary assessment?