If you would like to learn more about NDIS Assistive Technology or how you can use your NDIS funding to purchase braces and supports, read this article. We will explain how the NDIS plan may include braces to meet your mobility needs.
With falls ranking as the #1 cause of injury in people over 65, fall prevention should be a priority for everyone. With the Multifunctional Chair you can prevent falls at home and keep your independence! Discover this 6-in-1 device to stay safe and on your feet!
As cases in the UK and South Africa of the new coronavirus strain continue to surge, a few cases have emerged in Australia bringing Brisbane to a 3-day strict lockdown. This fast-spreading variant is spreading rapidly over the world. What is this new Covid-19 strain and is it dangerous? Read this article about the information we know so far.
Can bushfire smoke affect your asthma? During bushfire season, the air quality can drastically deteriorate posing a significant health risk for those suffering from Asthma, COPD, Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema and heart conditions. This article will advise you on the hazards of bushfire smoke and precautions you need to take to minimise the negative effects of the bushfire smoke.
Raised toilet seats are a practical solution for our loved ones with reduced mobility and strength. They help by increasing the height of standard toilet seat thereby reducing the efforts and sometimes the pain associated with using the toilet. Find out all the details in this blog.
If you find it difficult to put on your socks because you have a problem with reaching to your feet or bending, then a sock aid might be an ideal assistive device for you.
One of the challenges that are commonly experienced but rarely addressed by bariatric users, is using the toilet and achieving a good clean thanks to wiping. We introduce you to the bottom wiper, a toilet wiping aid for obese individuals.
Bushfire season has hit Australia, and it’s particularly severe in 2019. While hundreds of houses, thousands of hectares of land have suffered devastation, the bushfire smoke is affecting your health, too. What can you do about the health impact of bushfire smoke?
A stabilising spoon is a technologically advanced form of cutlery which has been designed as an eating aid. It is manufactured for those people who have shaky hands or limited mobility in their hands as they are no longer able to use normal cutlery due to their physical limitations.
Bathroom floors tend to become slippery when wet, causing people with limited mobility such as the seniors, children, those with arthritis or Parkinson's to lose their footing and possibly injure themselves in the process. That is when a grab bar can come in handy!
Some of the classic symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes alongside frequent urination, dry mouth, sudden weight loss, and itchy skin are intense thirst, blurry vision or feeling tired. Read all the warning signs of it in this article.
As the number of elderly is growing in the coming years, so will the number of falls. One practical mobility aid that might help prevent falls is a Multifunctional Shower Chair and Over Toilet Frame with its 6 functionalities in 1.