The Problem
  • 1. A Broken System
  • 2. Why AIN Exists
  • 3. How YOU Are Impacted

See Australia’s neuro-rehabilitation sector through the eyes of Australians living with brain and spinal cord conditions…

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Australian’s living with disabilities from brain and spinal cord damage face the following problems:

A lack of availability of intensive exercise programs to promote neuroplasticity and maximise NeuroRecovery - neuroscience findings are not being translated into practice
A lack of access to ongoing exercise interventions post diagnosis and discharge from hospital
There is disparity between the financial support provided to access exercise intervention in the community, this fragmented services is not needs driven
Our conservative neuro-rehabilitation culture is fixated on 'false hope' and reinforcing a person's disabilities, rather than redefining possible and helping Australians with physical disabilities from neurological conditions lead their best possible life.
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The AIN is committed to:

Providing evidence-based, technology-assisted exercise programs to maximise a person’s life-long NeuroRecovery
Addressing unmet needs and gaps in services
Building an ‘alliance’ to drive system change

Better recovery, better health outcomes, better quality of life outcomes, this is possible!

We need your help to get physical disabled Australians standing, moving and informed.

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Every dollar donated to the AIN’s technology-assisted exercise programs will help us improve a disabled person’s life.
Every dollar donated is an investment in future cost savings to Australia’s healthcare and welfare system.

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