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: mobility, manual walkers

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

Building Confidence through Practice

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 07-Oct-2016 14:30:43

From standard mobility to correct wheelchair seating and positioning right through power wheelchairs, Active Mobility Systems together with Amy Bjornson (Sunrise Medical) are holding a workshop “Building Confidence through Practice.” 

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Topics: mobility, power wheelchairs, Wheelchairs, Active Mobility Systems, Power Mobility, Seating systems, jay cushion, disability

We have moved to Silverwater!

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 01-Sep-2016 08:30:00

Over 20 years ago, Active Mobility Systems opened their office at 30 James St Lidcombe. In 2008, we acquired the neighbouring premises and expanded into number 32.  Now, in 2016, having long out grown the space available, we have finally made the move and relocated to Silverwater. The 22nd of August was the first day for AMS employees in their brand new offices, warehouse and workshop.

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Topics: mobility, healthcare, Medical equipment, Hoists, weighing, patient care, senior, Power Mobility

Wheelchair Features

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 12-Jul-2016 12:30:00

Here, at Active Mobility Systems, we are aware that sourcing the correct information for people with physical disabilities is always a challenge and it may be difficult to get the correct information required for a specific situation.

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Topics: mobility, power wheelchairs, Wheelchairs, Power Mobility, PG Rnet, wheelchair configuration

Wheelchair Configuration

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 12-May-2016 15:56:47


The popularity of powered wheelchairs as a mobility option is rapidly increasing especially among elderly and disabled people. Choosing the right wheelchair is an important decision you and your therapist will make. It is a tool that will be an integral part of your life and even if you don’t realise it, it will influence your life and health. The fact you are going to use your wheelchair in every day life is very important especially if you are choosing your first chair.

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Topics: mobility, power wheelchairs, Wheelchairs, Active Mobility Systems, Power Mobility, mid-wheel drive, electric wheelchairs, rear-wheel drive, front-wheel drive

Introducing Archability concept

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 31-Mar-2016 13:00:09

Active Mobility Systems participated in the biggest event within healthcare industry – Australian Healthcare Week 2016- annual meeting place for the Australia’s healthcare design, construction and technology industries and the gateway to the right providers for healthcare projects.  We are pleased that our new project - Archability concept had such a success during the 3 days of the tradeshow.

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Topics: mobility, healthcare, Hoists, Protac, hygiene, Archability, pellet, France reval, ergolet, Wi-Bo, Ulna

Changing Places

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 06-Jan-2016 14:52:47

The number of people with a disability is always increasing. People suffer from various injuries, [including permanent brain and spinal injuries] as well as neurological disorders and physical conditions such as cerebral palsy which can place limitations on the way they access the community.

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Topics: mobility, Medical equipment, Cerebral Palsy

Seniors living as juniors

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 10-Dec-2015 11:55:42

Working-out, fitness, running or practicing any type of sport activity has recently become very popular with people of any age. Exercise helps to “restore” our brain in addition to treating anxiety or nervousness in our body and soul. Maintaining a regular exercise routine can be challenging for many of us. With our busy work and social lives, we have limited time to look after ourselves. And that is a problem...

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Topics: active living, mobility, aged care, healthcare, nursing home, senior

Wheelchairs. What price is the best price?

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 07-Dec-2015 09:30:00

When do you know that you have chosen the perfect product? Do you prefer price over quality or quality over price? When do you know that the product you purchased will satisfy your needs and expectations?

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Topics: mobility, power wheelchairs, Wheelchairs