Back on Track (3rd Edition)

Back on Track, a unique patient handbook developed by the New Zealand Spinal Trust and the Burwood Spinal Unit. The handbook is designed to be used as the ‘Course Curriculum’ for patients in their early rehabilitation phase as well as for their carers, families and friends.

Back on Track Interactive CD-ROM

The Back on Track Interactive CD-ROM is presented in an easy to understand format with great graphics, animations and video clips of people with an SCI.
The CD-ROM is a fabulous learning and teaching tool with progress tracking capability and a quiz to test your knowledge.

The CD-ROM can be used with only voice commands if necessary and no training of the voice recognition software is required.
Running time: 3.5 hours

Back on Track DVD

Presented in an easy to understand format with great graphics, animations and video clips of people with an SCI the Back on Track DVD is a fabulous learning tool.

The DVD is suitable for all DVD players.

Running time: 7 hours

Back on Track e-Book (3rd Edition)

Back on Track, a unique patient handbook developed by the New Zealand Spinal Trust and the Burwood Spinal Unit. The handbook is designed to be used as the ‘Course Curriculum’ for patients in their early rehabilitation phase as well as for their carers, families and friends.

Back on Track

Back on Track Handbook (3rd Edition) Spinal Injury Rehabilitation Handbook: Available in Hard Cover Spiral bound quality book suitable for those with limited hand function. Also available in e-Book, CD-ROM and DVD Back on Track, a unique patient handbook developed by the New Zealand Spinal Trust and the Burwood Spinal Unit. The handbook is designed to … Continue reading Back on Track

Back on Track Spinal Injury Rehabilitation Handbook

Back on Track, a unique patient handbook developed by the New Zealand Spinal Trust and the Burwood Spinal Unit as is available in three formats. High quality hard Cover book with tabs – CLICK HERE Now! Downloadable E-Book – CLICK HERE Now! CD Rom – CLICK HERE Now!

Introducing ‘Out There’ – A Peer Support Service for People with Spinal Injuries

The NZ Spinal Trust (NZST) and Healthcare Rehabilitation (HR) are collaborating to develop a new community based peer support service to help those with spinal cord injury (SCI) in NZ live independent, productive, and confident lives within their communities. “We regularly hear of people with a SCI not doing so well in life once they … Continue reading Introducing ‘Out There’ – A Peer Support Service for People with Spinal Injuries

Pro Bono

Pro Bono Our community is full of people with incredible skills and talent. You are probably one of these folk. Would you consider doing what you are good at for free to help us do what we are good at? It could be a one off task or an ongoing service for a period. We have … Continue reading Pro Bono

Case Studies

Case Studies These case studies reflect some of the return to work outcomes of clients who have worked with Kaleidoscope. Some were newly injured clients who experienced Kaleidoscope’s early intervention ‘preventative model’ whilst other clients were community based who had experienced their injury many years prior to engaging with Kaledoscope’s ‘restorative model’ of vocational rehabilitation. … Continue reading Case Studies

New to Spinal Cord Injury?

New to Spinal Cord Injury? Have you just ended up with an SCI? It can be a pretty scary, confusing and uncertain time. I should know because in 1989 I crashed my motorbike and ended up in Auckland Spinal Rehabilitation Unit unable to move my legs. After getting through those dark early days I found the … Continue reading New to Spinal Cord Injury?

About NZST

Who are we, and how do we help?   We are 18 full and part-time staff, joined by volunteers, businesses, sponsors, organisations, individuals, and trustees. We are a community who cares deeply about independent living, and improving the quality of rehabilitation for Kiwis affected by spinal cord injury or impairment (SCI). This is regardless of whether someone is a … Continue reading About NZST

Resources

Resources to help you on your journey   Check out the sections below for a wealth of information including: Wheelie Good Tips The Spinal Network News magazine Helpful businesses, Back on Track & Head Space Amazing Organisations ABC Library  and much more below… And remember, If you can’t find what you’re looking for please let us know and we’ll do … Continue reading Resources

Active

Active An Active Life : Mike Brown An active life as a T10 paraplegic means surfing double overhead waves with my mates. It means skiing powder down a steep mountain slope. It’s catching a huge kingfish from a kayak. It means whitewater rafting down a wild west coast river, It means mountain biking into back country … Continue reading Active