Your Guide To Buying A Mobility Scooter

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 26-May-2020 14:15:00

Mobility scooters are one of the many products that Active Mobility Systems can provide for our clients. They’re useful products in that they allow clients to easily move from point A to point B and, depending on the type; you can even put them at the back of your car when you’re not using them.

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Topics: Power Mobility, mobility scooters

Guide To Homecare Packages

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 28-Apr-2020 11:00:00

With people staying at home more than ever there has been a marked increase in keeping people at home. Whether it’s for themselves or for their loved ones equipment such as bathroom aids bedroom aids and patient lifting hoists are important to ensure that they stay inside their own home more than ever.

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Topics: nursing home, homecare

Essential items for elderly or people living with disabilities

Posted by Kristina Webb on 07-Apr-2020 14:00:00

In this difficult time, most of us are pleased to be home, our safe place, and wait until Covid-19 passes. With the government restricting people going out it can be difficult to get the essentials you need to stay mobile. Active Mobility Systems can help provide these essential services to people living with disabilities, elderly, aged care homes, nursing homes, group homes and much more.

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Topics: Active Mobility Systems, disability, Active Mobility, elderly patient, covid-19

Guide To Day Chairs

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 31-Mar-2020 11:00:00

Chairs are products that we take for granted as we use them every day. However for people who are frail, elderly or living with disability chairs can cause pressure sores if they are not cushioned properly.

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Topics: patient care, day chair

Guide To Standing Lifting Hoists

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 24-Mar-2020 14:10:00

Standing lifts are specifically designed to secure patients during transfers from a seated position to a standing position, enabling quicker, easier, and safer patient lifting and transfer for both the patient and the caregiver. Another name for it is sit to stand hoists.

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Topics: patient lifting, standing hoist

Policy Update - Covid-19

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 19-Mar-2020 11:46:48

Dear Active Mobility customers

We are currently undergoing some tough, challenging times and while living with disability is not easy for many people it is understandably even more difficult with the COVID-19 going around. As a disability supply company we exist to help those that live with these disabilities to remain mobile as well as maintaining and even improving their independence. Even now we are still committed to doing this duty to our customers.

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Topics: Active Mobility Systems

Be Secure with the Synetik Belts and Harnesses

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 10-Mar-2020 14:05:00

Wheelchairs are helpful equipment that allows those living with disabilities, or are otherwise not as mobile as others, to go from point A to point B. However for those that live with severe disabilities, there is always the potential of falling or sliding off and that can be frustrating and distressing for both carers and users.

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Topics: power wheelchairs, patient seating

Buyer's Guide to Wheelchair Harnesses and Belts

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 03-Mar-2020 10:00:00

Wheelchairs are helpful equipment that allows those living with disabilities, or are otherwise not as mobile as others, to go from point A to point B. However for those that live with severe disabilities, there is always the potential of falling or sliding off and that can be frustrating and distressing for both carers and users.

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Topics: electric wheelchairs, bodypoint

Things you need to know about wheelchair users

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 25-Feb-2020 14:49:58

When seeing a person sitting in wheelchair, we often think person can’t do anything or their life must be hard or they can’t socialise because they are disabled and so on. However that’s the wrong perception as people on wheelchairs are just as different from each other as we are from everybody else in the world.

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Topics: power wheelchairs, Power Mobility, electric wheelchairs

Buyer's Guide to Choosing the Right Lift Chair

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 11-Feb-2020 10:05:00

Lift chairs are helpful for patients who are still able to sit and walk, but find it difficult to get up from chairs normally without assistance. Lift chairs features motors on them, which does much of the work in getting users to a standing position. As a result of this there is less muscle strain on the user which lowers the risk of injury or fatigue.

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Topics: patient care, lift chairs