DIY Your Quote

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 05-Jun-2018 11:05:00

Often when you want to purchase an equipment you may wonder how much it will cost if we deliver it for you. Here at Active Mobility we often have people asking us to send them a quote and we would happily do it for them, however what if I told you that you can do it yourself? That’s right now we have created an online quote system meaning that you can send the quote yourself and receive it right in your inbox.

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Topics: Active Mobility Systems, website

Choosing The Right Ceiling Hoist

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 29-May-2018 11:10:00

Ceiling hoists can be useful when you want to move patients from one end of the room to another. However there are factors that you need to consider when choosing ceiling hoists and whether or not you need it in the first place.

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Topics: patient lifting, ceiling hoists

Tips On Choosing and Using Walkers

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 22-May-2018 11:05:00

Walkers are a simple tool that can be used to keep yourself moving and it’s compact enough that you can bring it anywhere that you want. But it can sometimes be hard choosing the right walkers and even when you do choose the right ones they need to be used effectively.

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Topics: manual walkers, mobility

Top 6 Change Tables

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 15-May-2018 11:05:00

Change tables are an integral part of Changing Places should one decide to build one. They allow carers to change a variety of things for their patients and to do so in a manner that is safe and comfortable.

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Topics: Changing Places, change tables

Manual Walkers Under $300

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 08-May-2018 11:10:00

Are you confused which walkers would be best suited for you? One look at our walkers’ category page and you might think that most of our walkers look the same. However even though they might look the same, and probably have the same features, they each have their own unique features that separate it from each other.

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Topics: manual walkers, Mobility Equipment

Power Wheelchairs

Posted by Mark Roach on 01-May-2018 11:00:00

User-friendly, comfortable, and agile, Power Chairs offer users of all ages from Paediatric to seniors unparalleled freedom and mobility within the home and outdoors. Indoor power chairs are designed to be more compact and rounded so you can more easily manoeuvre tight corners and small spaces in the home. Outdoor power chairs are more sturdily built with extra-large, wide-tread tires and increased ground clearance so you can safely and smoothly traverse rougher outdoor surfaces.

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Topics: Mobility Equipment, Quickie Wheelchairs, wheelchair configuration, front-wheel drive, mid-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, Seating systems, pride mobility, Power Mobility

Top 5 Manual Walkers Under $300

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 24-Apr-2018 10:10:00

Are you confused which walkers would be best suited for you? One look at our walkers’ category page and you might think that most of our walkers look the same. However even though they might look the same, and probably have the same features, they each have their own unique features that separate it from each other.

Another thing that you need to consider is the cost of the walkers. That’s why we’re going to show you our top five walkers below $300. That’s right these walkers are available for under $300. Let’s get right to it shall we?

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Top 3 Popular Floor Hoists

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 17-Apr-2018 11:02:00

Lifting floor hoists are used to lift people from the floor, or anywhere really, to a standing position before being transported to wherever they need to go. It is versatile meaning any sling can be attached to them making floor hoists optimal products for showering and bathing.

At AMS we have a wide range of lifting floor hoist and we have chosen our top three most popular floor hoist for you to look over. 

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Topics: floor hoist, patient lifting

The Neater Range

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 10-Apr-2018 11:05:00

Eating and drinking are a normal part of daily life that we do every day without thinking. However for those living with disabilities it can be a challenge and they may find it hard to eat or drink without some challenge associated with it.

That’s why we have the Neater range in stock. The Neater Eater and Drinker enables people to use their own movements to feed themselves through a wide variety of features and accessories.

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Topics: Physical disability, AMS

Top 3 Cost Effective Wheelchairs

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 03-Apr-2018 11:05:00

When thinking about purchasing a scooter or wheelchair it’s a given that you will have to think about the price. Since all wheelchairs are different the prices will also vary with some being more expensive than others.

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Topics: electric wheelchairs, aged care