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Rosalee Berlin graduated from Toronto General Hospital School of Nursing and worked for a year in emergency before going to the University of Western Ontario to get her Diploma in Nursing Education. She returned to the Toronto General School of Nursing to teach student nurses and then taught in the Hospital’s Staff Development Department. In 1974, Rosalee became the founder and first President of the Non-Smokers’ Rights Association (NSRA) and she continued to be actively involved over many years in its major achievements. When Rosalee returned to Nursing after raising her family, she attended Seneca College to upgrade her nursing skills primarily in the field of Geriatrics and eventually completed her Baccalaureate Degree in Health Sciences Administration from Hawthorne University in Salt Lake City, Utah. Over the years, Rosalee taught RN and RPN students at George Brown College and for six years she was Director of Nursing in a small chronic care hospital in Toronto. Her last full-time position was at Baycrest Centre where she worked for 12 years as the Nursing Supervisor in The Samuel Lunenfeld Day Program for clients with cognitive impairments. After Baycrest, Rosalee worked parttime for 13 years in her husband’s Family Practice as Office Manager and Geriatric Nursing Consultant. During those years, she continued teaching geriatric and dementia courses and workshops in community colleges and long-term Care facilities (LTC) as well as prepared and administered neuro-cognitive assessments for many family physicians in their Toronto practices. Rosalee believes her extensive knowledge, skills and experience in Nursing, as well as her commitment to achieving the highest levels of compassionate care, will assist her in achieving Careable’s client-centered goals and as well as attaining and maintaining optimum care for all Careable’s clients.

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Brief Bio:

Rosalee Berlin graduated from Toronto General Hospital School of Nursing and worked for a year in emergency before going to the University of Western Ontario to get her Diploma in Nursing Education. She returned to the Toronto General School of Nursing to teach student nurses and then taught in the Hospital’s Staff Development Department. In 1974, Rosalee became the founder and first President of the Non-Smokers’ Rights Association (NSRA) and she continued to be actively involved over many years in its major achievements. When Rosalee returned to Nursing after raising her family, she attended Seneca College to upgrade her nursing skills primarily in the field of Geriatrics and eventually completed her Baccalaureate Degree in Health Sciences Administration from Hawthorne University in Salt Lake City, Utah. Over the years, Rosalee taught RN and RPN students at George Brown College and for six years she was Director of Nursing in a small chronic care hospital in Toronto. Her last full-time position was at Baycrest Centre where she worked for 12 years as the Nursing Supervisor in The Samuel Lunenfeld Day Program for clients with cognitive impairments. After Baycrest, Rosalee worked parttime for 13 years in her husband’s Family Practice as Office Manager and Geriatric Nursing Consultant. During those years, she continued teaching geriatric and dementia courses and workshops in community colleges and long-term Care facilities (LTC) as well as prepared and administered neuro-cognitive assessments for many family physicians in their Toronto practices. Rosalee believes her extensive knowledge, skills and experience in Nursing, as well as her commitment to achieving the highest levels of compassionate care, will assist her in achieving Careable’s client-centered goals and as well as attaining and maintaining optimum care for all Careable’s clients.