We assess a person’s ability to carry out a particular ADL (activities of daily living) or to access a particular environment. This may include recommending assistive or adaptive equipment, technology, hardware and software to enable participation of a task or activity.

This equipment, also known as “assistive technology” includes:

  • power & manual wheelchair scripting
  • shower commodes & shower chairs
  • long handled washing and dressing aids
  • hoist / slings
  • hi – lo beds
  • pressure care mattresses
  • pressure care cushions
  • car cushions
  • recliner chairs
  • transfer boards
  • slide sheets
  • car and vehicle modifications
  • adaptive cutlery
  • adapted kitchen equipment
  • specialized seating systems & positioning equipment
  • and other ADL equipment

Technology:

  • computer access switches and environmental adaptions
  • monitors and alarms
  • telephones, tablets, IPAD’s,
  • environmental control systems, computer access systems etc

Sensory Aids

  • magnifiers, talking clock
  • large button phones
  • talking kitchen equipment
  • tactile cues

Recreational Aids

  • sports and leisure equipment
  • modified arts and craft aids
  • adapted gardening tools
  • sport wheelchairs for basketball, tennis, rugby, rugby league
  • beach & pool wheelchairs