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2.8. Spinal Cord Injury Resources in AUSTRALIA

Moorong Spinal Unit, Royal Rehabilitation Centre, Sydney
The Spinal Injury Unit offers a state-wide service to clients who have sustained traumatic and non-traumatic spinal cord injuries. It is a 18-bed unit, which offers individually tailored, multi-disciplinary rehabilitation programs. The aim of these specific programs is to restore as much function and independence as possible, while at the same time facilitating adjustment to disability, promoting self determination and enhancing quality of life.

Spinal Cord Injuries Australia
SCI Australia's Mission: To be Australia's leading charitable enterprise in the PREVENTION of spinal cord injuries, CARE for those who have spinal cord injury and the support of research to find a CURE for spinal cord injury.

Spinal Cure Australia
SpinalCure Australia (formerly Australasian Spinal Research Trust) was founded in 1994 with the aim of ending the permanence of Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) through: Promoting and funding research; Fostering cooperation between disciplines engaged in central nervous system and regeneration research; Monitoring of progress of research projects funded through the SCA and the cooperation of international efforts in the field.
 
Spinal Injuries Association
At the Spinal Injuries Association, we believe in rebuilding lives, promoting independence and preventing injuries. As Queensland's leading organisation for people with a spinal cord injury, including people with the late effects of polio, and people with Transverse Myelitis, we provide a range of high-quality services to empower our members and clients in their homes, at the workplace or in the community.

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