A novel gaming system powered by Flinders invention ‘OrbIT’ will play a leading role in the fight to improve life for people living with Parkinson’s disease. […]
The World Health Organisation has invited a Flinders researcher to talk about his invention at a global forum in Geneva, Switzerland. David Hobbs, a rehabilitation engineering […]
Art will help show the way for a group of counsellors, psychologists and social workers in learning new ways to communicate with clients with complex communication needs.
The artworks in Flinders PhD student Betty-Jean Dee-Price’s SALA exhibition don’t set out to be pretty.
A novel device that enables children with a disability to play computer games has won its designer, Mr Max Hughes, the title of the 2014 Hills Young Australian Designer of the Year.
Flinders University is throwing its support behind World Cerebral Palsy Day today (October 2) – a global push to improve the lives of people living with cerebral palsy (CP).
The work of Flinders researchers has been recognised at the Australian Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Association’s Soft Technology Awards.
An innovative game to help children with cerebral palsy has won first place in the prestigious South Australian iAwards.