Life-long disabilities can impact a person’s physical, cognitive and behavioral functioning.
We believe that living a full and rewarding life is something all Australians deserve – regardless of abilities.
Your donation will go towards funding vital research, programs and equipment. Through your generosity, you will be helping create opportunities and experiences that bring joy, meaning and purpose to people facing some of life’s biggest challenges.
Find out how you can be part of our life-changing work.
people in Australia have a disability – that’s 1 in 5 people.
of Australians aged 65 and over have a disability.
of people with mild limitations are unemployed in Australia.
Over 15,000 Australians are living with spinal cord injury. This number grows by six every week.
Incurable and a life-changing condition that causes functional, psychological and socioeconomic disorders.
Acute and long-term secondary medical complications are common.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects over 25,600 people in Australia.
This is an incurable disease which effects brain, spinal cord and optic nerves.
MS has long-term adverse effects on people’s ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.
More than 475,000 people in Australia are living with the effects of stroke.
Around 30% of stroke survivors are of working age (under the age of 65).
65% of stroke survivors suffer a disability.
Over 80,00 people in Australia are living with Parkinson’s disease.
Parkinson’s is an incurable and progressive nervous system disorder that impacts movement.
Cognitive issues, swallowing disorders, bladder problems and depression are common.
The Ducati Owners Club NSW started raising funds over 40 years ago for Royal Rehab. Their first fundraiser turned into an annual tradition and Royal Rehab has become a major beneficiary, supporting programs and services.
Royal Rehab named the Ducati Owners Club of NSW Education and Research Hub in honour of their support.
The Ingham Family has been generously donating to Royal Rehab for many years. Royal Rehab has used these funds to purchase modern furnishings for our supported accommodation homes throughout Greater Western Sydney.
Our special thanks goes to Narellan Rotary for coordinating the Ingham family support.
Established by youth violence victim and former Royal Rehab client Liam Knight and his brother Shane, the White Knight Foundation raises awareness and funds to support victims of youth violence.
We are grateful to the Foundation for contributing including the purchase of gym equipment across our facilities.