Courtney is the founder & CEO of ForaHealthyMe Inc.
Courtney has a background in healthcare and technology,
and he enjoys working with clinicians, patients, academics, and health system leaders to solve complex health challenges.
Recognizing that patients are often facing uncertainty about their health conditions, he has dedicated the available resources at his disposal to provide support. With a committed and talented team of software engineers, game developers, kinesiologists, and physicians to build software applications that enable hospitals and physicians to deliver health services to their patients. Over the years, he has built partnerships in Asia, Europe, and the United States.
Courtney enjoys cooking exotic meals and watching soccer from around the globe. His favorites being the English Premier League, the German Bundesliga and La Liga in Spain.
Seth is a Software Developer who graduated from Centennial College with an advanced diploma in Software Engineering Technology Interactive Gaming.
Over the three-plus years of working, he's worked with the Virtual Rehab project from a research-able prototype through to production-ready.
He ensured the project was organized for a better workflow and driving it forward.
He loves to help other parts of the team, being a person to talk the problem over with, or a second pair of eyes on the code or UI.
Now with the fast-changing healthcare industry, he is excited to learn more to keep up with the industry.
Denys joined ForaHealthyMe Inc. in 2017 as a Game System Applications Developer. He is a graduate of Humber College with an advanced diploma in Game Programming. Since then, he has helped develop the Virtual Rehab application and continue to aid with its growing evolution.
He loves working with the wonderful team, and the sense of adventure when tackling new and interesting problems to make the best application possible. He enjoys working on applications that use game technology to bring healthcare and wellness to patients that would otherwise have difficulty accessing it, especially in remote regions.
In his view, everyone is deserving of the best care possible, and it's vital that we bridge the distance barrier. When not working, he regularly plays and analyzes video games, and pursue hobbies in creative writing and playing tabletop RPGs.
Abdul is a full-stack developer with a product focus. He loves creating intuitive user experiences that never compromise on functionality or design. He enjoys challenges and strives to understand complex problems as they relate to the bigger picture. When he's not behind his computer, you'll most likely find him exploring Toronto or finding new ways to cook.
Abdul obtained a Computer Programming diploma from Seneca College, graduating with High Honours. He has since directly served customers in the U.S and South-East Asia, understanding their challenges and adapting a Canadian solution for market requirements abroad.
Nona is the Research and Development (R&D) Intern at ForaHealthyMe Inc.
Nona has a background in health science and biomedical engineering. She has completed her Honours Bachelor of Science degree with double majors in neuroscience and genome biology from the University of Toronto. She is completing a master's degree in biomedical engineering at the Ryerson University.
She has done research to develop the comprehensive mindfulness and special cognitive care applications for patients with Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
David works as both an Android and full-stack developer.
David completed a Computer Programming and Analysis program at Seneca College.
Committed to providing excellent technical support to customers, he enjoys working with systems and establishing efficient and secure connections.
The most enjoyable part of the job for David is picking apart complex problems to find elegant solutions.
He is passionate about helping patients receive better access to healthcare.
Beyond programming, his hobbies include playing piano and playing puzzle games. David is proud of how his work is contributing to reinventing traditional healthcare models.