At The Hospital Research Foundation Group, we are proud to offer a range of services for South Australians who are impacted by disease and illness.
Our services include
Arts in Clinical Care
Our Group charity Centre for Creative Health (CCH) provides therapies for inpatients and outpatients across South Australian hospitals for stroke, mental health, brain injuries, rehabilitation and more. These services include Art Therapy, Music Therapy and Diversional Arts.
The Brain x Body Fitness Studio is the first exercise physiology service of its kind to focus on body and brain health through exercise that encourages neuroplasticity. Run by our Parkinson's charity, the studio is a welcoming space with state-of-the-art equipment and a research-based, individualised approach to exercise for people of middle age onwards.
Our passionate Stroke team is focused on maximising choice, independence and wellbeing for stroke survivors. We offer a range of services including nurse consultations, recreational and therapeutic groups, peer to peer support program, support groups and exercise physiology through the Brain x Body Fitness Studio.
Our Under Our Roof project provides four family-style homes for country cancer patients and their families to stay while receiving treatment. These homes encourage patients to have their support networks around them, keeping everyone together during a challenging and difficult time.
Life. Education. Art. Feelings. The LifeCycles Schools Program – the LEAF Project is for Year 7-9 students, and provides a unique opportunity for participating schools to become leaders in developing and normalising the sensitive discussion around death, dying, grief, loss and life cycles. This program is supported by our Palliative Care charity and the Centre for Creative Health.
Together with the University of South Australia, we support the Healthy Newborn Project to give remote doctors and midwives across Australia the opportunity to attend vital ultrasound training which is administered back in their communities.
We offer a range of programs through our Group charity Military and Emergency Services Health Australia (MESHA) for military and emergency service personnel affected with issues such as Post-Traumatic Stress as a result from their service, as well as their families. These services include peer to peer support and counselling programs, Art Therapy, Drama Therapy and more.