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Australian Institute of Neuro-Rehabilitation: Curtin Guild Club

Every Australians living with physical disabilities from brain and spinal conditions will be entitled to access technology-driven exercise therapy, allowing them the possibility to rebuild neural connections and maximise their recovery.

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Our Motto: Every Australians living with physical disabilities from brain and spinal conditions will be entitled to access technology-driven exercise therapy, allowing them the possibility to rebuild neural connections and maximise their recovery.

Overview: We care about the 1 in 35 Australians who have experienced a stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s or any other brain or spinal cord condition. Due to the brain and spinal cord’s capacity to adapt and repair itself, neuro-rehabilitation is key to maximising recovery outcomes. Emerging technologies such as robotics, augmented and virtual reality offer exciting potential – the implementation of exercise therapy programs which improve quality of life and result in long-term savings.

We exist to ensure every Australian has access to these life-changing technologies. With your support, we can make that a reality. Primary Objective 2018 Our purpose is to maximise the functional abilities, health and quality of life outcomes of Australians living with physical disabilities from brain and spinal cord conditions by enabling them to access technology-driven exercise therapy and sharing knowledge about the brain and spinal cord's capacity to adapt and recover.

Strategic Priorities for 2018

  1. Operate the first robotic exoskeleton exercise program in Western Australia, commencing in the Perth community, with Curtin University

  2. Run a national neuro-rehabilitation awareness campaign as part of Neuro-rehab Awareness Day on 13th August