Welcome to HabITec

knowledge exchange

Knowledge Xchange

HabITec is committed to creating better access to technology and improving the way technology solutions are designed for people with disability.

Ideas Factory


Technology and novel therapeutic tool use in specialist rehabilitation services, frameworks for rehabilitation at-a-distance, and the impact of HabITec clinical services on patient outcomes.

Ideas Factory

Ideas factory

Addressing the needs of our citizens, by facilitating access to our researchers and clinicians – a collaborative space to post a question and find answers.

Our approach

HabITec brings together experts in clinical rehabilitation, engineering, sensors and environmental monitoring, virtual and augmented reality, spatial modelling, architectural design, urban planning, policy research, community disability service provision, consumer engagement and translation.

Technology for rehabilitation

HabITec: A socio-technical space to see, experience and co-design technology


At HabITec we understand that everyone’s experience is different and what each person needs to live well in the community is unique. Our team is committed to creating better access to well-designed technology to improve rehabilitation, quality of life and independence for people with disability.

Get involved

Initiatives Supported by HabITec

Lindsay Nott

My C5 Life

Lindsay Nott, a disability inclusion advocate shares his tips and tricks for others living with spinal cord injury.

Go to MyC5Life

Lindsay Nott


A virtual incubator founded by Dr Gary Allen for Australians living with disability.

Go to Enabled.vip

Lindsay Nott


Elliot Miller, the founder of Hearoes and Hopkins Centre Ambassador unite to win “Early Innovation Award”.

Go to Hearoes

HabITec is partnered with:

Queensland Government, Metro South Health

Reach Us

The Hopkins Centre
Menzies Health Institute QLD

Griffith University
Nathan Campus
Mt Gravatt QLD

0478 709 990

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