To celebrate International Day of People with Disability, Royal Rehab in partnership with the City of Ryde and Bondi Pizza, will host a free all abilities accessible disco on Friday 2 December.
Return2Sport Achievement AwardWednesday 26 October 2016
Australian Paralympic archer, Jonathon Milne, is the latest nominee for a Royal Rehab Return2Sport Achievement Award.
Jim Towers retiresThursday 6 October 2016
Jim Towers, Community Relations Manager, retires from Royal Rehab
Royal Rehab artist paints her way to a floral futureThursday 6 October 2016
Royal Rehab has found an amazing artistic talent!
Recovered from injury, Kevin returns to help out Royal RehabWednesday 28 September 2016
Student gives back to centre
Fusion Foundation Gala Ball supports a worthy causeThursday 25 August 2016
Top Ryde City’s Helloworld Travel Agency is donating two tickets to Paris as part of a fundraising promotion for the Fusion Foundation.
Federal Minister for Vocational Education and Skills, Senator Scott Ryan, and Bennelong MP, John Alexander, visited Royal Rehab on Monday 9 May 2016 promising funding for the Royal Rehab College’s vocational training programme.
Royal Rehab Achievement Award recipients will have the honour of meeting Paralympic great, Louise Sauvage, & Socceroo defender, Alex Wilkinson, at this year’s TWT Club Six/Ryde Sports Foundation Sports Star of the Year Gala Dinner on Friday 6 May.
Princess Di’s legacy in RydeWednesday 2 March 2016
Twenty years ago a young client, Ben Robertson, invited Princess Diana to visit the Royal Rehab Spinal Injury Unit. Ben and his father Commodore (ret.) Brian Robertson made their first return visit to the new Royal Rehab on Monday.
Josh Callinan from The Newcastle Herald, writes about how one of the Maitland Blacks, Dom Punch, is adjusting to his “new normal” in our Spinal Injury Unit.
Annual General Meeting – 24 November 2015Wednesday 4 November 2015
You are invited to join Royal Rehab at their Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, 24 November 2015 at 5 pm in the Clive Austin Conference […]
“The Newcastle Herald” writes about one of our former Brain Injury Unit client’s achievements and his hope to enter the Sydney to Hobart yacht race.
A photographic project combining health and the arts is helping people with disabilities produce digitally altered self portraits that powerfully tell their stories.
20-year-old Liam knight was not expected to live after an iron bar thrown by a gatecrasher at his friend’s 18th birthday party pierced his skull in 2013.
Return2Sport Achievement AwardWednesday 18 February 2015
Talented Rower Steve Knott is the first nominee for the inaugural Royal Rehab Return2Sport Achievement Award
Governor of NSW—Patron of Royal RehabFriday 6 February 2015
His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret’d), Governor of New South Wales, and his wife, Mrs Linda Hurley, made their first visit as […]
Royal Rehab client, Graeme Hunt – local hero rebuilding his lifeThursday 13 November 2014 READ MORE >
Truckie Graeme HuntThursday 13 November 2014
Time to stand up for a true hero Ashlee Mullany, The Daily Telegraph, November 13, 2014 Graeme Hunt with nurse Kay Myo at Royal Rehab […]
Royal Rehab Back2Life BallSaturday 25 October 2014
Royal Rehab Ball kicks into action Briana Domjen , The Daily Telegraph, October 25, 2014 The Royal Rehab Back2Life Ball: NRL heavyweights Nathan Hindmarsh,Mario Fenech, […]
Return2Sport 2014Wednesday 15 October 2014
Royal Rehab Return2Sport 2014
Royal Rehab Return2Sport Expo 2014Wednesday 15 October 2014
Keegan inspires others to get on the court PEOPLE with a disability in need of some inspiration to play sport need look no further than […]