NRA to deliver stroke rehab services via NBN

Tuesday 29 June 2010 | 01:23 CET | News
The Australian communications minister Stephen Conroy and the minister for health and ageing Nicola Roxon said stroke patients would be among the first to benefit from the planned National Broadband Network (NBN). The ministers visited Neuroscience Research Australia in Sydney to inspect technology which will allow stroke patients to access rehabilitation, where therapy is currently restricted or non-existent. Neuroscience Research Australia (NRA) will deliver rehabilitation therapy via a project using remote Wii. The project will use Nintendo Wii to deliver rehabilitation to 50 people with

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