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Bringing the future forward

The Twenty64 Fund

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.

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Our purpose

Twenty64

Since 1964, the Glenrose Rehabilitation has been setting the standards for patient achievements and quality of life through a commitment to innovation. Looking ahead to the future and what’s possible for human abilities, we know that the future is closer than we think. Technology is pushing the limits of what’s achievable for the human body and mind, which is why we need to live one step ahead. The Twenty64 Fund gives us the resources we need to focus on the technology of tomorrow so we can be ready to activate the Twenty64 Fund when new breakthroughs in research and technology become available. Our aim is to bring the best possible option for care to our patients and to make the future accessible to everyone at the Glenrose.

The future, today.

A focus on the future is nothing new for the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital. Through a forward-focused lens fueled by commitments from our partners, we have established ground-breaking technologies that are changing the lives of patients in the hospital.
The Brain-Computer Interface
The Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) 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.
I CAN Centre for Assistive Technology
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.
CIM Centre's CAREN
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.
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The Brain-Computer Interface (BCI)

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.

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I CAN Centre for Assistive Technology

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.

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CIM Centre's CAREN

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.

Get involved

Join us on the ground floor, help us bring the future forward and make it accessible at the Glenrose Hospital for years to come. There are a few ways you can contribute or partner with us.

Big possibilities

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.