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Spinal Life Australia

Contact

Name: Stacy Turner

Position: Lead Fundraising Officer

Email: fundraising@spinal.com.au

Website: http://www.spinal.com.au

Address

109 Logan Road

Woolloongabba QLD 4102

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Our Mission / Objective

At Spinal Life Australia we understand physical disability, and the challenges families must cope with on a daily basis. That’s why we’ve developed a range of solutions that are tailored to each individual, to support them in achieving their goals. We are there from the time a person is first injured, providing useful experience, advice and guidance through our Peer Support program. That support continues throughout a person’s journey from hospital to home, and beyond. Our specialist therapies, support, employment and advocacy services are nationally recognised for bringing possibility back into people’s lives. With more than 60 years of experience, we have a strong history of working in partnership with individuals because we believe that everyone deserves to make decisions and choices in a way that is meaningful to them. We are committed to being there throughout a person’s lifetime, ensuring they can live independently, return to work, maintain social networks and lead a life of quality.

Our Services

  • Allied Health Services
  • Supports Coordination
  • Personal Support and Home Care Services
  • Community Nursing
  • Back2Work
  • Accessible Accommodation
  • SEAT Safety Education in Schools
  • Advocacy
  • Peer Support
  • Healthy Living Centre – Cairns

Our Beneficiaries

At Spinal Life Australia, we aim to support people with spinal cord damage to live an accessible, equitable and empowered life, as a leader in specialist services and a pioneer in everything we do.

Our members are at the heart of our organisation, with an active community who connect through events, activities and campaigns, and help set our course for the future.

We are also dedicated to advocacy on a local, state and national level, working with and on behalf of our members to create change on issues that matter most.

Projects in Progress

  • Accessible Australia App
  • Research projects including
    • Virtual Reality on Pain Management
    • Singing Chords
    • Improving access to health services in community
    • Reducing barriers when accessing mainstream services

Our People

CEO

Mark Townend, CEO

Registration Information

ABN

39 293 063 049

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Our Mission / Objective

At Spinal Life Australia we understand physical disability, and the challenges families must cope with on a daily basis. That’s why we’ve developed a range of solutions that are tailored to each individual, to support them in achieving their goals. We are there from the time a person is first injured, providing useful experience, advice and guidance through our Peer Support program. That support continues throughout a person’s journey from hospital to home, and beyond. Our specialist therapies, support, employment and advocacy services are nationally recognised for bringing possibility back into people’s lives. With more than 60 years of experience, we have a strong history of working in partnership with individuals because we believe that everyone deserves to make decisions and choices in a way that is meaningful to them. We are committed to being there throughout a person’s lifetime, ensuring they can live independently, return to work, maintain social networks and lead a life of quality.

Our Services

  • Allied Health Services
  • Supports Coordination
  • Personal Support and Home Care Services
  • Community Nursing
  • Back2Work
  • Accessible Accommodation
  • SEAT Safety Education in Schools
  • Advocacy
  • Peer Support
  • Healthy Living Centre – Cairns

Our Beneficiaries

At Spinal Life Australia, we aim to support people with spinal cord damage to live an accessible, equitable and empowered life, as a leader in specialist services and a pioneer in everything we do.

Our members are at the heart of our organisation, with an active community who connect through events, activities and campaigns, and help set our course for the future.

We are also dedicated to advocacy on a local, state and national level, working with and on behalf of our members to create change on issues that matter most.

Projects in Progress

  • Accessible Australia App
  • Research projects including
    • Virtual Reality on Pain Management
    • Singing Chords
    • Improving access to health services in community
    • Reducing barriers when accessing mainstream services

Our People

CEO

Mark Townend, CEO

Registration Information

ABN

39 293 063 049

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Work with us

Volunteer with us

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