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HUR Senso

Scientifically based, HUR Senso is a physical training platform that uses a computer screen and pressure plate sensors to create interactive, dual-task training sessions, challenging the body and the brain at the same time. 

The training is delivered via games that challenge your body and brain at the same time; training reaction speed, balance and your ability to multi-task in everyday situations. 

Assessment 

The initial assessment will identify your areas for improvement, establish your baseline and enables the allied health professional working with you, to understand your goals of the training. 

Personalised training programs

Each training program is designed to suit your personal needs, is provided in a one-on-one session and programs are reviewed regularly to help you meet your goals.  

Two to three 30-minute sessions a week are recommended for best results.  

Senso is the only one of its kind in South Australia

The Senso is located at our Health Studio 50+ at Christie Downs and is the only one of its kind in South Australia. It is proven to reduce the risk of falls and improve cognitive function.

Would you like to learn more about Senso?

Learn more about Senso and what we can offer at Health Studio 50+ Christie Downs, call 1300 22 44 77. 

View our video below to hear from one of our health experts on how the Senso works, and to see it in action!

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ACH Group

ACH Group congratulates our Chair, Mary Patetsos, on her receipt of an Order of Australia (AM) award this Australia Day for her ‘contribution in the field of aged care and commitment to advancing multicultural Australia’.

Mary joined the ACH Group Board in October 2008 and has devoted significant time and energy to the organisation with a belief that life is an opportunity not to be missed, regardless of age, gender, culture, and capacity. She has led the Board with integrity and high governance standards since April 2018. Mary is also an Advisory Council Member of the National Aged Care Advisory, playing a critical role in ensuring that reform measures reflect the needs and expectations of older Australians, their families, and carers.

Her commitment to advancing multicultural Australia is reflected in her work as Hon. President and Immediate Past Chairperson of Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) and through other governance roles involving collaboration between academia, business, and community.

Read more about Mary’s achievement here 🔗 bit.ly/3WDLtKy
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ACH Group congratulates our Chair, Mary Patetsos, on her receipt of an Order of Australia (AM) award this Australia Day for her ‘contribution in the field of aged care and commitment to advancing multicultural Australia’. 

Mary joined the ACH Group Board in October 2008 and has devoted significant time and energy to the organisation with a belief that life is an opportunity not to be missed, regardless of age, gender, culture, and capacity. She has led the Board with integrity and high governance standards since April 2018. Mary is also an Advisory Council Member of the National Aged Care Advisory, playing a critical role in ensuring that reform measures reflect the needs and expectations of older Australians, their families, and carers. 

Her commitment to advancing multicultural Australia is reflected in her work as Hon. President and Immediate Past Chairperson of Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) and through other governance roles involving collaboration between academia, business, and community. 

Read more about Mary’s achievement here 🔗 https://bit.ly/3WDLtKy

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Congratulations Mary! What an incredible achievement.