We’re proud to announce that we now stock the innovative range of PDG Mobility Tilt In Space (TIS) manual wheelchairs.
The best part of getting outdoors is being able to enjoy one of your hobbies or participate in a recreational activity – especially during the holiday season. But when you use a power chair to get around, it can be a challenge to find a place to store your equipment.
On Wednesday, 20 November, Power Mobility held another highly informative Professional Development Education Day, with over 20 therapists attending.
This highly informative presentation was delivered to therapists at Power Mobility by Russ Rolt, Director of Sales PDG & Lauren Hunter, Occupational Therapist & Clinical Educator Linds Rehab.
This handy form allows you to grade each cushion from 1-10, including Tissue Integrity, Posture & Functionality.
This insightful presentation was delivered to therapists at Power Mobility by Dr Barend ter Haar from Healthcare Innovations Australia.
Purchasing a mobility aid such as a wheelchair, scooter or lift chair isn’t always a simple, straight-forward process. In most cases, it would be beneficial to seek advice from an experienced sales consultant who is able to recommend which equipment would suit you best.
This fact sheet provides details about registration requirements for mobility devices, such as wheelchairs and mobility scooters. It also outlines which mobility devices are suitable to take on public transport.
This is one of three forms you will need to complete to register your mobility device.