Tips When Considering Your Next Ceiling Hoist

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 04-Jun-2019 11:15:00

Ceiling hoists are a good alternative to floor hoists especially when you want to move patients around the room. However unlike floor hoists you will also need to take into account tracks for the ceiling hoist to go through. There are also other factors that need to be considered when you think about which ceiling hoist to use. We list some of those factors in today’s blog.

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Topics: patient lifting, ceiling hoists

Guide To Choosing Your Power Wheelchair

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 28-May-2019 14:10:00

Wheelchairs have evolved since the introduction of the manual wheelchair. Wheelchairs can now be electric meaning that users no longer need to rely on their carers; however there are many types of electric wheelchairs and not all of them would be suitable for a single person. There are things that have to be considered when purchasing a power wheelchair, which we will explain in today’s blog.

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Topics: power wheelchairs, Power Mobility

General Tips When Designing Accessible Disability Bathrooms

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 21-May-2019 11:05:00

Creating an accessible bathroom is a daunting and challenging task as many factors need to be considered in the design phase such as the placement of grab rails, toilets, baths etc. however there are general tips to keep in mind when undergoing such endeavours. What are those tips? Read below for some of them that we’ve found out.

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Topics: accessibility, patient hygiene

Basic Tips When Using Power Wheelchairs

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 14-May-2019 10:05:00

Electric wheelchairs are an alternative to manual wheelchairs as users can control it via controllers already installed on the unit. This allows them to not rely so much on their carers giving them confidence and independence. However, while electric wheelchairs are great, there are some tips that need to always be kept in mind to properly maintain the electric wheelchairs. Below are some basic tips on how to care for your wheelchairs.

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Topics: Power Mobility, electric wheelchairs

Most Popular Change Tables

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 07-May-2019 14:20:00

Change tables are small, raised platforms used by carers to assist their patients in changing. These are usually used in bathrooms and changing rooms to help patients with their daily hygiene routines. Active Mobility have a wide range of changing tables in stock from simple, basic ones to bariatric change tables available. But confused about which ones to choose? We’ll list the change tables that our customers most enquire about.

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Topics: change tables, patient hygiene

Top 3 Popular Shower Trolleys

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 30-Apr-2019 14:15:00

A shower trolley is a refreshing alternative to a full immersion bath; aside from the hygiene benefits it gives patients the dignity they deserve and caregivers are supported through the multiple features of shower trolleys.

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Topics: shower trolleys, patient hygiene

Bariatric Stand-up Hoists Under $5000

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 23-Apr-2019 14:10:00

A person is considered obese or bariatric if their BMI (Body Mass Index) is over 40. According to the report, Australia’s Health 2018, in the years 2014 – 2015 almost two-thirds (63%) of Australians aged 18 and over were overweight or obese.

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Topics: patient lifting, bariatric patient lifting

Top Ten Popular Wheelchair Cushions

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 16-Apr-2019 14:05:00

It’s the basic things that count when you’re doing something and when you purchase a wheelchair the first thing that you would want to do is find the perfect cushion to go with it.

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Topics: power wheelchairs, seating cushions

Common Mobility Scooter Faults

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 09-Apr-2019 10:10:00

Mobility scooters are one of the common ways that elderly or people living with disability travel to and from their destination. It allows them to move independently without the aid of walking aids or a carer.

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Protac - Sensory Integration Equipment

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 02-Apr-2019 14:05:00

Sensory integration is a form of occupational therapy in which special exercises are used to strengthen a patient’s sense of touch, balance and where the body and it’s part are in space. It is effective for patients with movement disorders or severe under/over sensitivity to sensory input.

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Topics: patient care, sensory integration