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The ReAble Network was formed in 2018.  As of 2021 the network consists of 50 researchers from Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, the Netherlands, England, Ireland,  Australia, Canada, US and New Zealand.  The network is led by Professor Hanne Tuntland ( 

Who we are: We are a group of researchers and clinicians from the increasing number of countries who are implementing principles of reablement as a service response within the health and social care system.

Overall aim: The aim of ReAble is to provide a cross-disciplinary platform for junior and established scholars to plan, initiate and disseminate results from on-going and new research into the practice of reablement in a global setting.

Main objectives: 1) To ensure international research collaboration and development of reablement as a new cross-disciplinary research area. Planned outcomes: a co-authored book, themed journals, and empirical insight into national and local practices. 2) To support new research.