Active Rehabilitation Physiotherapy is proud of our association with a number of not-for-profit organisations within the community. As a practice, and as individuals, we are delighted to support the following charities and look forward to continuing our long-term associations far into the future.
AEIOU is Australia's largest provider of full-time early intervention for children with autism aged 2½ to 6 years. In support of the foundations life changing work, Active provides advice and massage services to participants of the annual 40km walk challenge – the foundations primary fundraiser.
Terrace Timor Network (TTN)
The Terrace Timor Network (TTN) is a group of current and former parents, staff and students of St Joseph’s College Gregory Terrace committed to supporting the people of Timor Leste on their continuing journey of economic development and long-term independence.
Many members of our team have a long term association with the network and continue to volunteer their time and efforts to assist in raising funds.
Mater Little Miracles
One in seven Queenslanders are born at Mater Mothers’ Hospital, making it the busiest maternity hospital in Australia. The seriously ill children that are born here are affectionately known as Mater Little Miracles. The care they receive extends from pregnancy, to birth, infancy and childhood.
To celebrate the lives of these children, we proudly support the Mater Little Miracles 5km walk. Massage services are offered at the Brisbane walk to all participants.
Ubuntu Through Health
In 2010, a group of medical students and young doctors from Griffith Medical
School started this program, which aims to bridge the inequality in health standards domestically and abroad. This is done through providing equipment and financial assistance to developing medical clinics. A group of volunteers run the program with former Active Rehabilitation employees forming part of the committee. The entire Active team supports the events held, especially the annual dinner held in August each year.