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.
For stroke victims, rehabilitation is crucial to their recovery.
An innovative vision therapy tool will be used to evaluate and train people with a vision deficit caused by a brain injury.
Flinders researchers have devised a virtual reality system that improves the assessment of stroke victims.