Australian Rehabilitation Providers Association
Phone: 1300 886 901
The Australian Rehabilitation Providers Association (ARPA) is the industry body which represents all providers of occupational and workplace rehabilitation.
The workplace health, return to work and rehabilitation industry comprises businesses that range in size from small family entities through to large national providers. They share common aspirations for the growth of their business, the creation of jobs and the financial sustainability of the industry. They are bound by a universal commitment to the supply of quality workplace health, return to work and rehabilitation products and services.
Australian’s Brain Injury Organisation
Phone: 1800 673 074
Synapse provides a range of support services for people who have been impacted by brain injury and disability. We promote quality of life, self-determination and choice through information, specialist support and targeted research activities.
Our commitment to reduce the massive unmet need for brain injury and disability services and support is unwavering. Our objective to seeing specialist and individualised services available to all in need is resolute. No matter where they live or which culture they belong to.
Spinal Cord Injuries Association (scia)
Phone: 1800 819 775
Spinal Cord Injuries Australia (SCIA) is a not-for-profit organisation working for people with spinal cord injury (SCI). Individuals with SCI and similar disabilities use our community-based services to overcome barriers, achieve their goals and live fulfilling personal, social and professional lives.
We have been run by and for people with SCI for 50 years. We were founded by people with SCI, people with disability make up 33% of our staff, and the majority of people on our Board have a spinal cord injury.
New South Wales
If you’re coping with a severe injury, finding the right resources and support can be an empowering step towards making informed decisions. Many organisations and charities in NSW exist to help people living with a severe injury by funding research and projects, connecting communities, providing information and advocacy.