Robotics are helping people
like Craig get their life back

Your support of robotic rehabilitation equipment will give patients new hope.

Watch Craig's Story

Literally overnight Craig went from an active man playing footy once a week, to being disabled. He’d gone to bed feeling dizzy and unwell. By the morning he could hardly talk. His face was paralysed and drooping on one side.

He’d had a stroke at just 56 years old.

“I was active, I never felt sick, so I never went to the doctor much,” says Craig. “It was a massive shock.”

As he recovered in hospital, Craig still struggled to speak. His left arm dangled down lifeless and still. He couldn’t even shower himself.

All that people want after a life-changing trauma or neurological diagnosis is to keep their independence. Robotic rehabilitation equipment funded by the Canberra Hospital Foundation is giving them new hope.

But we need your support.

Your tax-deductible donation can contribute to equipment and research, improving the outcomes of patients like Craig.

You can play a role in a person's future happiness. If you want to have this exceptional impact in a life, please make a donation today.

Craig's Story

$50

can go towards funding ArmeoSenso with weight support robotics equipment, intended for self directed arm therapy with arm support (total cost: $12,865)

$100

could help fund a robot-assisted rehabilitation session

ics equipment, intended for self directed arm therapy with arm support (total cost: $12,865) 

$250

can go towards funding ArmeoSpring robotics equipment intended for directed external skeleton assisted reach training (total cost: $77,280)

$1,000

can go towards funding ArmeoPower robotics equipment intended for high repetition external skeleton assisted reach training (total cost: $312,240)