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Toula Reppas

As a leader and major advocate for high quality physiotherapy and rehab services, Toula is a mentor for Physiotherapists as she is also Clinical Coordinator of Education at University of Toronto for Physiotherapy students. Toula was one of the first Physiotherapist's to introduce Physiotherapy services in Long Term Care and heighten the awareness of providing excellent quality of care and keeping seniors living well longer. Toula employs over 1000 Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists and support staff and is considered a market leader in her industry.

Toula is a passionate supporter of early Greek Education at the primary level. Her philanthropic contributions led to the establishment of a Greek Orthodox Day School in Ontario which follows the Ministry of Education Curriculum and provides enriched education teaching English, French and Greek Languages as well as Greek Orthodox religion and values. She has also contributed significant funds in support of the Greek Orthodox Summer Camps. She has served as a member and President of the Board of Directors for the Metamorphosis Greek Orthodox School for over 15 years and has been instrumental in the ongoing success of the school.

As CEO of Achieva Health Toula is a major sponsor and supporter of the Hellenic Homes for the Aged in Toronto. Largely due to her support, the Home has been able to provide excellent care and services for seniors in a nurturing environment that respects, enhances and promotes their dignity, independence and happiness.

Toula is also a supporter of the Hellenic Heritage Foundation. She recently contributed as a Legacy Donor in support of the HHF's newest major project to endow a Hellenic Studies Program at the renowned Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.

Toula has significantly improved the quality of life of seniors through her innovative high quality excellent Physiotherapy and rehab services, as well as providing education to health care workers in LTC on how to provide care in a positive and caring manner while still promoting independence and maximum function. She has made significant philanthropic contributions to the Greek Orthodox Metropolis, the Hellenic Home for the Aged, the Hellenic Hope Center, the Hellenic Heritage Foundation, Hospitals and Long Term Care Homes and numerous other worthy organizations, demonstrating her exceptional leadership as a philanthropist and humanitarian.