Equipment

Wheelchair maintenance tac H4K2551 copy

Maintaining your wheelchair is relatively easy, and because it will save you a lot of time and trouble in the future, it’s important and worthwhile to do it regularly. Keeping your wheelchair in its best working order will make it safe for you, and prolong its life.

Environmental control units ecu primo3

An Environmental Control is a piece of equipment that enables a person with a physical disability to independently control items in their environment.

Computers and phones mike working pc2

Computer and phone technology available in Australia can be of great assistance to people with a spinal cord injury.

TADVIC buggy modifications

Technical Aid to the Disabled, Victoria (TADVIC) is a volunteer organisation that can help you with custom equipment to help you through your day, or in your work or recreation.

Emergency wheelchair and scooter assistance powerwheelchair2

Like all vehicles and mechanical items, wheelchairs can breakdown. If you are on your own or out and about in the community it can be difficult to repair punctures, flat batteries and mechanical failures.

Wheelchair cushions and spinal cord injury honeycomb cushion

The correct cushion is invaluable in assisting with good posture, balance, comfort, function and pressure distribution when using a wheelchair.

Power wheelchairs powerwheelchair 1

Power wheelchairs are commonly used by individuals with a SCI.

Seating systems and spinal cord injury chairman

When the term 'Seating System' is used, this refers to your wheelchair, cushion, back support and any features that your wheelchair has that can adjust the way you sit.

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