The announcement of biomolecular scientist Professor Alan Mackay-Sim as Australian of the Year affirms the importance of persistence in finding solutions for people who have sustained a spinal cord injury. This award creates awareness of yet another advancement in medical science for people living with a disability. Spinal Life Australia’s Executive Manager, Frances Porter […]
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Spinal Life Australia and the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation today announced a new sponsorship to promote the Foundation’s initiatives and support the research agenda on finding a cure for spinal cord injuries. Spinal Life Australia Chief Executive Officer Michael Powell welcomed the partnership saying, “We look forward to supporting Perry and strengthening our ties […]
Congratulations to our ambassador: Greg Cornelsen OAM A long-time ambassador and dedicated supporter of Spinal Life Australia, Wallaby great Greg Cornelsen, was awarded an Order of Australia Medal last week. Greg became involved with our organisation more than a decade ago as an ambassador for our SEAT Community Safety Program. Since then he has attended many presentations in schools and […]
Find out when the NDIS is coming to you The early National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) transition for children and young people in Townsville and Charters Towers, and all eligible people from Palm Island, started on 1 April. Spinal Life is a registered NDIS provider and able to deliver services to children and young people with […]
Register now for the free Expo! Registrations are now open for the Assistive Solutions Expo to be held on Saturday 5 March 2016 at the Royal International Convention Centre, Bowen Hills, Brisbane. Our biggest ever Expo will offer people with a physical disability information on the most up-to-date and relevant technology-based solutions. It will connect them with accessible […]