Slings and other lifting accessories are a key part of the extensive range of patient lifting equipment that Active Mobility supplies. Patient Lifting Slings is an essential equipment when lifting people, from chairs, beds or floors. To choose the right sling for a participant can often be difficult. There are many factors that needs to be considered when choosing a patient lifting sling.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme provides all Australians under the age of 65 who have a permanent and significant disability and significant disability with the reasonable and necessary supports they need to enjoy an ordinary life. The NDIS helps people with disability achieve their goals. Learning the “NDIS language” will help participants understand the NDIS Scheme and how it can help and benefit the participant.
As people grow older the more chances of having falls become more common due to an aging body. That is why preventing falls are important and we have written a couple of blogs on how to reduce personal and environmental risks of falls. However for those that tend to wander around unassisted you can help prevent them from falling with alarm and sensors.
Mobility scooters, like power mobility wheelchairs, give users the independence and mobility they need for day-to-day living. Users can simply use them to drive up to the shops, visit friends or even take it to the shopping mall for a day out.
Manual wheelchairs are alternatives to power wheelchairs as they are simple to use and are cheaper compared to power wheelchairs. They’re ideal for users who don’t require much features and simply want a wheelchair that they can use easily and on a day-to-day basis.
We know that it’s a bit difficult to find stylish, high-end accessories for any mobility equipment. Sometimes when we do find them the accessories might either be too big, too bulky, heavy or just uninspiring.
Personal hygiene and bathing are day-to-day activities that people do on a daily basis. However for those living with disability even the most basic of things can be difficult for them and that can lead to frustrations and a loss of dignity. Here at Active Mobility Systems our baths are made to order and help people living with disability with personal hygiene as well as assist their carers in their day-to-day hygiene duties.
Wheelchair seating is an important aspect of wheelchair prescriptions as the seating on the wheelchair depends on the needs of the individual. Here at Active Mobility Systems we work alongside Occupational Therapists in finding the right seats for you. With a wide range of seating in stock it can be a little confusing on which seating are best for you, however today we will discuss the difference between two different types of cushion foams.
Mobility scooters are useful for moving independently as well as being an alternative to power wheelchairs. However, like all other equipment, there are some mobility scooters that are specifically designed for bariatric patients with bigger wheels and power. In today’s guide we’ll showcase some of those bariatric scooters in our range.
Both walkers and walking frames help patients move independently or to help reduce their chances of falling. However what’s the difference in that case? Both do the same job right? Well there are some key differences between these two products which we will explain today.