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For people who have experienced trauma, a key element of recovery can be in exploring their new lives through music, art or horticulture. At Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre, world-leading creative therapy programs are helping people physically and emotionally come to terms with their 'new' body and life.
The continuation of these creative therapies relies on donations from you and our community of supporters. Your gift today can help to continue these services for the people who need them.
Suffering a devastating stroke at age 24 was the last thing Emma expected. Working full time as an Occupational Therapist and being an avid runner her life was all go. Then it stopped.
In the blink of an eye, Steven, a husband and father, became a quadriplegic after an accident in the surf and had to face the confronting reality of living the rest of his life in a wheelchair.
Having only recently graduated from university, Nitisha, 24, was excited about her future. She loved working as a chemical engineer in her first job when she became very sick with encephalitis, causing severe swelling of her brain.