The Rehabilitation Centre

Albers ADVENTURE is displayed in Porsche Museum

Besides building and assembling sporty luxury automobiles, over the years Porsche has acquired the reputation as one of the most renowned and multifaceted engineering service providers in the world. This business field, which is operated under the umbrella of Porsche Engineering Group GmbH in Weissach, can be traced back to the oldest predecessor company of today’s Porsche AG.

Since 80 years Porsche has been developing a variety of projects for its customers. Within a special exhibition in the Porsche Museum for example the ADVENTURE of Alber is displayed.

Meuris “Club Recliners” arrive at the Rehabilitation Centre

The Rehabilitation Centre introduces to its range the Australian made Meuris “Club Recliners”.

The Club Recliner is a combination of quality components, materials and unique design that delivers a comfortable, easy care solution for the elderly and special needs seating.

Vehicle Impact tested to Australian Standards & Australian Standards Approved.

Australian made and owned by Design Innovations (SA) Pty Ltd.

MS Society’s “Go for Gold” Scholarships

Using some of the funds raised from the “24 hour Swimathon” together with the generous support of The Rehabilitation Centre and Scooter World the MS Society has been able to fulfil the dream of six of their clients in being able to own a Thera Fit Plus (Thera Trainer) of their own. In addition this generosity, together with donations from friends of the Society, has also allowed the Society to purchase an additional two Thera Fit Plus for the Society to hire out to clients.

Rehabilitation Centre Manager John Higgins was on hand to present the scholarships to the winners at a ceremony held on 1st June at the Unley town hall.

Great moments in mobility

February 21st, 1804: the world’s first locomotive-hauled railway journey took place as Richard Trevithick’s unnamed steam locomotive hauled a train along the tramway of the Penydarren Ironworks, in Merthyr Tydfil in Wales (UK).