Spinal Home Help is an agent and advocate for the spinal injuries community of Queensland. We facilitate programs, services and workshops as well as information and support, from the time that people are first admitted to hospital after their injury, through to their discharge from rehabilitation and beyond. Our organisation was founded by people with spinal injury and our families, that legacy of of lived experience, mutual trust and self-determination still lives on, as our organisation continues to be run by people with spinal injury. Our first hand experience of this life change enables us to tailor our programs and services to the client and to meet needs that may have been overlooked. We are dedicated to ensuring that that no person with a spinal injury or condition, or their families and loved ones, ever feel isolated or disengaged from their communities again. Spinal Home Help's mission is never to accept what we are told will not change, but rather to make change when it becomes unacceptable for people with spinal cord injury and their families.
Who can Join
People with Spinal Cord Injury (Regular Members). Families, friends, loved ones and carers (Associate Members) Any organisation or business who supports people with spinal cord injury (Organisational Members) For more information please visit our Get Invo
Monday to Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Where we meet
40 Gainesborough St
Peer Support for people with SCI, families, friends and loved ones. Referral and information services, general linkages and community support. In-person connect groups for socialising, sharing experiences and finding support. Transition and planning support for major life changes (ie leaving hospital to return home after rehabilitation). Informational, educational and social workshops (i.e. pressure area management, how to find appropriate service providers, how to connect with social groups etc) Social events including day trips NDIS Services: Plan Management (Financial Intermediary support) Development of Life Skills and Community Participation support Assistance in Life Stages and Transitions Assistance to find and secure appropriate, accessible accommodation Spinal Home Help is also in the process of expanding, in order to offer in-home and community access services with a team of support workers, in early 2019.
Support for all people who have incurred a spinal cord injury, as well as their families, supporters & other loved ones.