Exercise for Rehabilitation & Health was born out of a mission to create impact on Australia's health landscape through the development and execution of a range of preventative and health management strategies that people from all walks of life could access.
We have grown from a single person to a passionate group and our work to achieve our mission as you likely know by now, extends beyond the four walls that you have come to know and love. We are actively involved in children's health initiatives, diabetes prevention as well designing the technology to bring health care to people in rural and remote areas. We are achieving impact not only through our direct work but through partnering with key stakeholder organisations where we can together achieve great health outcomes.
In this area you will find updates about our adventures in these areas and ways to join us to help us achieve even greater impact.
Coles might have won the great supermarket collectables war with its Little Shop toy giveaway but parents say the level of pestering from children was unprecedented. Find the full scoop on the awards here.
At age 29, Kahi Puru was crushed in a forklift accident at work. His left leg was amputated at the hip and doctors feared that he would not survive the accident. But, believing in the power of positive thought, Kahi defied the odds and went on to become a world-class athlete
The Living Well with Diabetes Expo is this weekend
Come and join a panel of experts including Dr. Ralph Audehm, Ms. Nicole French and Adele Mackie for a fantastic day at Plenty Valley Arts and Entertainment Centre this Saturday the 14th of June 2014. You will also get the opportunity to see a live cooking demonstration by award-winning celebrity chef Gabriel Gaté.