Flinders University researchers are advocating a better quality of life for residents in aged care facilities. A new Flinders University study has found that living within […]
Flinders University is leading a national program to assist people living with dementia and their carers around Australia. The new Australian Government-funded project, with a $770,517 […]
Art by Prisoners – an annual exhibition of works by serving prisoners in SA gaols organised by Flinders PhD student Jeremy Ryder – has its own dedicated space for the first time.
Flinders is developing the future health workforce at ViTA – a new state-of-the-art aged care, rehabilitation, teaching and research facility at the Repatriation General Hospital in Daw Park.
For stroke victims, rehabilitation is crucial to their recovery.
Group exercise should become a standard health practice in South Australia’s public health system to provide much-needed support for people with multiple sclerosis (MS).
An innovative game to help children with cerebral palsy has won first place in the prestigious South Australian iAwards.
Roger Rees, Emeritus Professor of Disability Studies and Research at Flinders University, has spent 25 years involved in the rehabilitation and education of people with brain injury, and his newly published memoir focuses squarely on the people he has met and “helped to help”.