The Summer Foundation recently held a forum on young people living in nursing homes and the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), a discussion about reality, expectations and the unknown.
Feeling socially isolated or excluded is a frequent and enduring problem for many people who survive severe brain injury.
Two and a half years ago, Kirby Littley was diagnosed with a brain tumour. After surgery she had a number of strokes which led to an acquired brain injury. Kirby’s mother Carol Littley recalls how her family found out about the NDIS, and how the Scheme has helped Kirby to reach her goals.
On Saturday 5 November, Mal Gibson will take on the Upstream 50km Challenge for the third year in a row, just three years since learning how to walk again.
The Summer Foundation is pleased to launch the 2015/2016 Annual Report.
Summer Foundation Forum to Explore the Impact of the NDIS, What is Working and What Still Needs Tweaking
The Summer Foundation is pleased to announce the Allen Martin Research Scholarship 2016 sponsored by The Rotary Club of Kew.