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Neuropsychiatric Services


Neuropsychiatric Services:

Dr. Chanth Seyone, M.D., FRCPC, Neuropsychiatrist

CHIRS' Neuropsychiatric Services are offered by Dr. Chanth Seyone and his team at the Acquired Brain Injury Clinic. These services are only available to clients who are receiving Community Outreach or Residential Support Services at CHIRS.

Specialized neuropsychiatric services are provided to individuals who have sustained a brain injury through the unique collaboration of the Acquired Brain Injury Clinic, Neuropsychiatry Program at the Toronto Western Hospital, University Health Network and Community Head Injury Resource Services of Toronto (CHIRS). These neuropsychiatric services address the complication of psychological and psychiatric disorders affecting some individuals who have sustained a brain injury.

Dr. Seyone offers a focused and multi-disciplinary approach to assist individuals who have experienced a brain injury. Individuals are assessed and may be provided with long-term treatment for chronic and disabling post-brain injury psychiatric manifestations. Where appropriate, families are included in the assessment and the ongoing treatment of the individual.

Dr. Seyone also provides on-site education and guidance to CHIRS staff via regular attendance at residential team meetings, in-house neuropsychiatric clinics and on-call support. In addition he lends his experience and expertise in the development and implementation of CHIRS' programs and services. As a participant on CHIRS' Ethical Review Committee, Dr. Seyone provides the neuropsychiatric perspective for CHIRS' clinical and practical standards.

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