HabITec flagship initiative: designing technology that redefines disability

The Hopkins Centre HabITec flagship initiative is expanding its footprint after a busy period in responding to COVID-19. The HabITec Lab at Princess Alexandra Hospital, is accepting referrals to support people with their individual technology needs. Look out for the next demonstration sessions for rehabilitation and health professionals coming soon.

We are excited to announce that HabITec, along with award winning BEEhive neurosciences program, have joined forces in a new collaborative research and development Lab at Griffith University Nathan Campus. This is an exciting venture, working together in researching bold ideas and better solutions for people who have a lifelong disability. The Lab will build on knowledge generating through Hospital partnerships at PAH, Gold Coast and Logan Hospitals engaging people with disability, rehabilitation, and disability professionals as well as technology developers to solve key challenges. 

Check out more details about the HabITec initiative, in our latest research brochure below, designing technology that redefines disability.

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To be involved in HabITec and increasing awareness and access to technologies for people with a lifelong disability, please contact us at habitec@griffith.edu.au

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