Since 1964, the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital has been innovating new possibilities for patients. We are driving a new era for patient achievements through the Twenty64 Fund to bring the future forward.
The Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) program at the Imagination Centre helps children with neurological disorders and limited motor function to control devices through a headset, tapping into a new frontier of cognitive ability.
The I Can Centre for Assistive Technology that uses the latest research and technology to create practical solutions to empower people with the abilities to do everyday tasks independently.
The CIM Centre’s CAREN (Computer-Assisted Rehabilitation Environment), represents the future of rehabilitation technology. It features advanced equipment like a split-belt treadmill, motion hydraulics, and a circular surround screen, providing versatile treatment options for conditions such as stroke, amputation, brain injury, spinal cord injury, and psychiatric disorders.
Our vision with the Twenty64 Fund is big. If you see the possibilities too, and you would like to make a transformative difference, connect with us to explore opportunities for larger contributions that will accelerate the future of human ability at the Glenrose.