Over toilet frames are a common bathroom aid that provides additional safety and support when using the toilet to prevent over-straining your body. Read More
Whilst there is no cure for arthritis, there are treatments available to lessen the symptoms. Fortunately, there are also a number of daily living products for arthritis that help make living with arthritis a little bit easier. Read More
Temporary disability ramps are an essential tool to offer a quick and immediate ramp solution to improve accessibility, regain independence and prevent falls. Read More
For those with limited mobility, including seniors and those living with a disability, showering can be difficult – in fact, it can be dangerous. Wet tiles and physical instability are the perfect ingredients for a recipe of disaster that’ll leave a bad taste in your mouth. Read More
Poor posture has been directly linked to back, neck and shoulder pain and spinal dysfunction. For seniors, these effects are amplified with the risk of pressure sores, breathing complications and poor circulation.
A weighted shower curtain is part of your solution to an accessible bathroom. Simply put, a weighted shower curtain is a durable, waterproof shower curtain with weights sewn into the hem to prevent it from moving when using your shower. Read More
Without proper assistance, simply moving around your home can be dangerous. Mobility aids like mobility scooters or a walking frame can significantly improve mobility around your home or in your community. Read More
Getting support from bathroom and toilet aids like shower chairs and toilet frames play an important role in allowing you to safely and independently use your bathroom. Read More
Aged care equipment, mobility aids and walking aids can help prevent falls and help seniors and those living with a disability live safely and independently.
Funding & the Public Health Sector Read More
Victoria’s older community deserve to age with dignity and respect, but unfortunately today’s built environment was not designed for people with limited balance, mobility, or vision. It’s important for senior citizens....