Need a little help getting from point A to B, but still have a sense of adventure? Don’t let your style of mobility scooter hinder your relationship with the Great Outdoors — there are multiple off-road mobility scooters on the market that allow you to veer off the beaten path and explore tougher terrains.
If you’re eligible for NDIS funding or you’re already been receiving payments, you may be considering self-management. There are a huge range of benefits to NDIS self-management — for example, you have more control, independence and flexibility over arranging and paying for your supports.
Both walkers and walking frames help patients move independently and reduce their chances of falling. To the untrained eye, it would seem like walkers and walking frames do the same thing, but there are actually some key differences between the two!
Unfortunately for many Australians, the medical treatment they need is hundreds of kilometres away. People who live in regional or rural areas often have to travel long distances to get treatment, and this is not always an easy task.
Mobility scooters are a popular mode of transport for seniors and people living with disabilities. For many, a mobility scooter isn’t just for convenience — it’s essential to get from point A to B and maintain both independence and mobility on a daily basis.
Raising a child with a mild intellectual disability like Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) can be a mind-boggling challenge for many parents. Maybe you don’t have any experience with ASD, or you’re looking to improve your child’s motor, sensory and social skills in a proactive way as they grow.
Topics: sensory integration
Mobility scooters are one of the most popular and common ways for the elderly or those living with disabilities to travel from point A to B. They allow the user to travel independently without the aid of a walker, wheelchair or carer, making them essential for everyday use.
There comes a time in everybody’s life where we need a little more assistance at home. Whether it’s due to illness, disability or age, everyday activities can become a real challenge if you aren’t properly equipped with assistive tools and products.
Topics: aged care
Shopping for disability support equipment or assistive technologies? There is a possibility you could claim these purchases through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), otherwise known as the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).
According to a recent survey completed by Scooters Australia, 25% of mobility scooter users have had an accident at some point, even if it was only a minor accident. Quite often, mobility scooter accidents are caused by poorly made footpaths or ramps, car accidents, or pedestrian accidents.
Topics: electric scooters