HELP US CELEBRATE THE FOUNDATION 20 YEARS AND RECOGNISE THE FOUNDER’S 40TH YEAR SINCE HIS INJURY.
As part of the celebration the Foundation has completed its “Back to Basics” education program in an endeavour to prevent spinal cord injury. Our aim is to raise $1 million for this education program and for Project Discovery. We value and appreciate your financial help to make this anniversary year a memorable milestone. Click here to make a financial contribution to help us find a cure for spinal cord injury.
The Foundation has developed both primary and secondary school programmes that are available online. Through a combination of videos and games, children learn how there are dangers in everyday life activities and what they can do if something goes wrong. Visit the “Back to Basics” site to learn see how this programme delivers education on the important role of the spinal cord, the causes of spinal cord injury, and how to manage suspected spinal cord injuries.
Come with us on a journey as The Neil Sachse Foundation (NSF), together with the South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), the University of Adelaide, and the Royal Adelaide Hospital research advanced imaging of the spine to revolutionise the diagnosis and prognosis of spinal cord injury and other spinal pathologies. Find out more about Project Discovery here.