Royal Rehab is a not-for-profit organisation providing specialist innovative rehabilitation and disability support services for people who have acquired a disability or impairment through trauma, accident or illness. Extending recovery and rehabilitation beyond the traditional clinical environment, services include:
- Brain Injury Unit, consisting of 16 single bed rooms in a modern purpose-built unit
- Spinal Injury Unit, 20 single bedroom inpatient units providing rehabilitation programs for those who have sustained a spinal cord injury.
- Royal Rehab Private – a 24-bed purpose built hospital providing a range of intensive inpatient programs to support recovery following surgery, trauma, chronic illness, stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease or as the result of reconditioning
- At home rehabilitation for brain and spinal cord injury
- Private Outpatient services providing specialised rehabilitation programs conducted by experienced therapists who treat conditions/illnesses as well as improve quality of life
- Specialist spinal cord rehabilitation in regional NSW as part of a state-wide referral network
- Lifestyle Support -providing long-term supported accommodation options and programs to support the lifestyles of people with disability such as access to training, work and recreation activities
- Outpatient and community rehabilitation to assist and support people with disability in their transition back to life at home and to access their community through innovative programs such as Retum2Driving, Retum2Sport and Transitional Aged Care Therapy
- Sargood on Collaroy – a joint venture with Royal Rehab appointed to manage and operate this unique and luxurious resort, purpose-built for people living spinal injury.
Royal Rehab offers:
- Exercise Physiology
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Pathology
As a registered charity, Royal Rehab is dedicated to raising funds to support and sustain our vital programs and services which help our clients reclaim their lives and connectedness within their communities.
The generosity and support of donors allows us to continue working towards advancing rehabilitation and creating better stories with and for people with a disability.