About Peggy Stewart

Peggy began her healthcare career in the Neurology Department of the London, Ontario hospital system, continued with studies at the Maudsley Hospital in England and returned to a position in the Epilepsy Department at University Hospital. Then, as Executive Director of Epilepsy Ontario Midwest, Peggy developed the fledgling organization into a fully staffed and recognized source of information and support for community outreach. Peggy also went back to school, earning a sociology degree from the University of Western Ontario with a major in family medical studies.

The need for good neurological home care for patients recovering from brain injuries led her to start the WeCare Home Health Services franchise in London and St Thomas in 1993. Meanwhile, Peggy has continued to be active in the local community, as a member of the Forest City Kiwanis.

Peggy Stewart

Sales Representative

Royal LePAGE

In 2002, after successfully achieving full accreditation status, Peggy sold her WeCare company. Having become a certified real estate agent, she now specializes in accessible housing – homes that have been modified to give people with medical conditions the independence and quality of life they need.

Peggy Stewart

Sales Representative

Royal LePAGE

Peggy began her healthcare career in the Neurology Department of the London, Ontario hospital system, continued with studies at the Maudsley Hospital in England and returned to a position in the Epilepsy Department at University Hospital. Then, as Executive Director of Epilepsy Ontario Midwest, Peggy developed the fledgling organization into a fully staffed and recognized source of information and support for community outreach. Peggy also went back to school, earning a sociology degree from the University of Western Ontario with a major in family medical studies.

The need for good neurological home care for patients recovering from brain injuries led her to start the WeCare Home Health Services franchise in London and St Thomas in 1993. Meanwhile, Peggy has continued to be active in the local community, as a member of the Forest City Kiwanis, and as a member of the board of the Brain Injury Association of London & Region for the past five years, she is in her third year as Chairman of the Board.

In 2002, after successfully achieving full accreditation status, Peggy sold her WeCare company. Having become a certified real estate agent, she now specializes in accessible housing – homes that have been modified to give people with medical conditions the independence and quality of life they need.

DEMOLITION CREWS ROLL THROUGH BARRIERS.
DEMOLITION CREWS CHANGE LIVES.
WILL YOU JOIN US?

For 75 years, through the help of supporters like you, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario has been breaking down barriers for people living with spinal cord injury. In honour of this incredible legacy, we are recruiting 75 barrier-busting champions across the province to join our virtual demolition crew. Will you join us today?

This July, we’re launching #rollingthroughbarriers, an online challenge dedicated to raising awareness and essential funds for people living with spinal cord injury. Between July 20th and July 30th, we’re challenging you to share a video or photo of yourself breaking down barriers.

Participating is easy and lots of fun! Here’s how: