Join our Representative Advocacy team for the September Online Network Forum as they take you through the new Health Maintenance Toolkit, developed specifically for people with spinal cord injuries and what resilience and wellbeing means for you.
This toolkit will be officially launched to celebrate World Spinal Cord Injury Day on Tuesday, September 5.
The toolkit has been completely digitised with a new app that you can utilise on your phone. It now has a new module on mental health, as well as care plans for each of the other modules: bladder, bowel, skin, pain and Autonomic Dysreflexia.
Funded by icare, the Health Maintenance Toolkit aims to empower people living with spinal cord injuries to proactively manage their health and maintain a high quality of life.
Our guests include Dr Mohit Arora, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the John Walsh Centre for Rehabilitation Research in Sydney, attending the network forum to speak about the toolkit and it’s development, as well as Emily Bray, SCIA Resilience Programs social worker and Research Fellow at Griffith University, The Hopkins Centre, Brisbane to talk about our Resilience Programs and how to improve resilience and wellbeing.
Our friendly team members are here to help and guide you, answering any questions that you might have.