Guide to JAY Cushions

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 08-Sep-2020 15:03:27

Wheelchair cushions help prevent pressure sores from occurring as these can be painful and distressing for users who stay in their wheelchairs for long periods of time.

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Topics: Power Mobility, jay cushion

Most Popular Shoprider Mobility Equipment

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 25-Aug-2020 10:05:00

Mobility scooters are an alternative choice for mobility equipment as electric wheelchairs tend to be on the more expensive side of the price tag. However among the various mobility scooter brand there is one that stands out amongst the rest: Shoprider.

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Topics: Power Mobility, Shoprider

10 Essential Aged Care Equipment & Products To Make Life Easier For Parents

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 11-Aug-2020 11:15:00

Our parents has always been there for us and supported us. Now as they get older their ability to do things begins to wane, which is unfortunately part of the aging process. It’s important that we do the best we can for our parents and that includes getting the best equipment possible.

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Topics: aged care, patient care

What Is The Patient Travel Assistance Scheme?

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 23-Jun-2020 11:15:00

The Isolated Patients Travel and Accommodation Assistance Scheme (IPTAAS) is a NSW scheme that provides financial assistance towards travel and accommodation costs when patients needs to travel long distances for treatment that’s normally not available locally.

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Topics: patient care, patient assistance

6 Tips On Effectively Caring For The Elderly At Home

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 16-Jun-2020 14:15:00

Aging is just a natural process of life and one that can’t be avoided. However as people age so does their ability to do things independently as they grow weaker and less mobile than they were. While aged care homes are available sometimes it’s best to care for them at home.

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Topics: aged care, patient care

6 Scooter Accessories for Optimum Comfort

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 09-Jun-2020 10:15:00

Mobility scooters are a key focus for Active Mobility and vital equipment for those that are living with disability or who are still independent, but require some assistance. Ranging from compact scooters that can be taken apart and stored in the trunk of your car to heavy duty scooters that can tackle the toughest of terrains; mobility scooters are a handy equipment to have.

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Topics: power scooters, mobility accessories

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