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

International Day of Disabled Persons

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 03-Dec-2019 14:10:00

International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) is held on December 3rd each year. Today, we would like to celebrate the 4.3 million Australians living with disability and many more all around the world.

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Topics: Physical disability, Active Mobility Systems, disability

Guide to understanding the ndis from A - Z

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 12-Nov-2019 14:00:00

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.

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Topics: Active Mobility Systems, disability, ndis, occupational therapists

Self-Determination Through Independent Living

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 05-Feb-2019 14:10:00

Throughout history, society has often looked unkindly towards people with disabilities. These people, along with the aged community, are seen as burdens as they have been underestimated in their capabilities time and again. However, as advocates of Independent Living will tell you, they are more than capable of acting for themselves provided they are given the opportunity and tools to do so. Now, more than ever, there are multiple organisations that equip people with disabilities and the members of the aged community with the necessary services and independent living equipment to live on their own with little help from others.

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Topics: disability, independent living

Positive Environments: Why Disability Awareness Matters At Home

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 30-Oct-2018 12:45:00

Disability awareness is about challenging notions and stereotypes about persons with disabilities and replacing these harmful assumptions with knowledge and understanding. 

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Topics: Physical disability, disability

Accessible Accommodations: Ways To Make A Disable-Friendly Home

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 23-Oct-2018 12:59:00

Persons with disability become comfortable when their environment allows them to move freely and safely, especially at home. A conducive space makes these persons feel not only welcome but also empowered, helping them feel that they are included and can once again participate in society.

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Topics: disability, disabled-friendly home, accessibility

Dealing With Disability : Care Tips For Caregivers

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 14-Aug-2018 15:41:00

Caring for your loved one at home may require some home and routine modifications. As the carer, you will also need to learn a few things to take care of yourself and your patient.

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Topics: patient care, disability, healthcare workers

Our Clients: Jan Daisley - Founding member of PWDA

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 20-Mar-2018 11:03:00

Disability advocates are an important part of the disability world. These are the people that push for changes in the government to better help those living with disability so that they may live a fulfilling life that is full of dignity and respect.

The greatest of these advocates was Jan Daisley, a founding member of People With Disability Australia (PWDA) who passed away last year.

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Topics: disability, pwda

5 misconceptions occupational therapists myths debunked

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 09-Jan-2018 09:02:00

Occupational therapists helps a lot of people by teaching them how to adapt to everyday life despite the conditions that their clients have undergone. However there are still some misconceptions about them that we will address in this article.

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Topics: disability, occupational therapists

2016 Blog Summary

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 12-Jan-2017 14:50:28

As we welcome 2017, we would like to express our gratitude to those who have supported Active Mobility Systems in previous years. Thank you for your loyality. We look forward to supporting you in the future.

We have summarized our blog content and we would llike to share with you our TOP 5 blog posts from 2016. Our blogs have been very popular, and it is good to see so many reading them. We thank those who commented, liked or shared our posts, and we appreciate your feedback.

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Topics: mobility, power wheelchairs, patient lifting, Medical equipment, ADHD, occupatiional therapy, patient care, Active Mobility Systems, Power Mobility, spex, disability