HabITec Citizen Challenge
The HabITec Citizen Challenges is a program developed in collaboration with The Hopkins Centre and Adjunct Fellow, Dr Kara Burns. It involves users of technology, researchers, developers and other interested people who want to improve access to technologies that meet individual needs. Challenges focus on pivoting existing technology, developing bespoke solutions or sharing first-hand information about what is needed and what works.
“Many of the best solutions have and will continue to come from the ingenuity of people who develop, adapt, and customise designs to fit their specific challenges, needs, and aesthetics” (Access+Ability Design Exhibition, 2017-2018).
Our first Citizen Challenge was held at the end of 2020, whereby a team of technology specialists, clinicians and those with lived experience of disability co-designed solutions that, when completed, will improve access to online health and rehabilitation services. Click here to view the final pitch video.
Connect the power of creativity as people from different skill sets and minds come together to create solutions.
Sally Stewart | Project Engagement Officer | 0478 709 990
International Cognitive-Communication Disorders Conference
You are invited to attend the third International Cognitive-Communication Disorders Conference. Come and hear about the latest research about the management of cognitive- communication disorders after brain injury. The emphasis of this conference is on cognitive, communication and social disorders after traumatic brain injury, right hemisphere damage, and other related brain disorders.
Date: 14 – 16th January 2022
FIND OUT MORE
Please SAVE THE DATE for our Hopkins Hour online seminar on the 17 February 2022 at 12.30pm. Further details will be provided shortly.
The Hopkins Centre | 07 3382 1295
The Hopkins Centre upcoming events:
The Hopkins Centre
Menzies Health Institute QLD
0478 709 990