Carrington Ryan

Carrington Ryan


Carrington Ryan is a registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers. She is also a member of the Ontario Association of Social Workers. By developing thorough assessments and individual care plans Carrington has the experience necessary to work with individuals and families facing complex injuries, acquired brain injuries, pain disorders and mental health challenges.

Carrington began her career working with individuals with developmental disabilities working within their homes and community settings. Carrington also worked with assisting individuals with varying disabilities obtain and retain employment and independence.

For the past 5 years, Carrington has been providing Case Management Services with Abilities Rehabilitation Services, supporting clients and their families across Northern Ontario. Including under serviced communities. She believes in working within an interdisciplinary team to provide optimal services for clients and their families. Carrington believes in a client centered approach. Carrington is able able to build rapport with clients and assist them in obtaining the services that suit their needs throughout their journey. Carrington believes that healing is a collaborative endeavour that requires a holistic approach.

It is an honour to be nominated for the 2023 Case Manager of the Year award!

  • Sue Tasse says:

    Carrington provides a valuable and needed service to the individuals she serves. Her compassion and client centered care shines through as a case manager.

  • Patient Flow says:

    Carrington is compassionate understanding if and creative a problem solver with the ability to obtain the desired result

  • Brittany Z says:

    Carrington is such an amazing and compassionate human. She is extraordinary and goes out of her way to make sure everything and everyone is taken care of. She is an amazing case manager.

  • Meagan Buttle says:

    Congrats on the nomination for case manager of the year! Though our paths don’t cross often clinically (geography is a funny thing!), it’s been a joy to get to know you at conferences and events. Hearing about your advocacy for rural and under served communities in Northern Ontario makes you a deserving nominee.

  • Jennifer Madge says:

    This is a well deserved individual and to be honoured as case worker of the year she will not take lightly and very well deserving. I think she is a knowledgeable dedicated and compassionate individual and respects all who work and deal with her.

  • Lori says:

    Carr is one of the most kindest caring individuals I’ve ever met

  • Shannon Charron says:

    Congratulations on the well deserved nomination. Carrington Ryan is a conscientious and kind person. She is one of my favourite people. Good luck Carrington!

  • Sandra Raymond says:

    Very excited for you! You deserve it.

  • Chris says:

    Carrington came to my rescue and saved my life in more ways than I could ever thank her. Living in Northern Ontario we have limited services but that has never stopped carrington from providing the best for her clients!

  • Brad says:

    Carrington’s knowledge and expertise makes her the case manager of the year. She goes above and beyond for all her clients. She works within difficult systems and limited resources and will fight for her clients and their families to get what they deserve. Congrats!

  • Sue says:

    Carrington is a dedicated professional and a responsive and caring case manager.

  • Colleen Boyce says:

    Congratulations on this nomination Carrington and I look forward to working with you in the future.

  • Victoria Sweetman says:

    Congratulations on your nomination, Carrington! To work in under-serviced communities makes case management that much more challenging in a system that already has its challenges. Reading the comments posted, it is evident that you care for and are dedicated to the folks that you work with in northern Ontario. They are lucky to have you in their corner. All the best.

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