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Choosing the Right Mobility Aids

31.07.15
The ability to get from here to there under your own steam is the essence of independence. Whether you’ve injured your leg, have a long term disability or just aren’t...

One Touch Products

31.07.15
  You may have seen One Touch products advertised on television lately and wondered where you could buy them.  Wonder no more.  We've got stock of most One Touch items...

No More Spills!

16.07.15
Patients with tremors or poor control of their hands and wrists too often suffer the embarrassment and frustration of spilled food and drink. We offer a couple of products that...

Stop Fighting Your Compression Stockings!

16.07.15
Patients and carers alike have been struggling with compression stockings for years. If this is you, then chances are you’ve tried plastic bags, gloves, lubricants and more in an effort...

Weak Hands? Take Back Control.

16.06.15
If you or one of your patients has a weak grip or restricted wrist and finger movement we have a range of utensils that will make everyday life so much...

Make Little Things Easier

03.06.15
When you are dealing with a disability, it can often be the little things that prove the most frustrating. This month we focus on a range of devices that are...

Meet Andrew Jackson

06.05.15
Andrew Jackson is our hipster Operations Manager and the man responsible for keeping us all thinking young! Growing up in Coffs Harbour, his claim to fame was his part in...

Patient Lifter and Slings Workshop

06.05.15
Patient lifts and slings are an integral part of home, facility and hospital care, making transfers and daily activities easier and safer for both the caregiver and the patient. Suitable...

Quickie QM-7 Series 2 Tilt Wheelchair

06.05.15
Quickie’s QM-7 Tilt Powerchair lets you live without limits. The independent 6-wheel SpiderTrac suspension and 3” curb climbing capabilities are designed with the active user in mind. When the great...

Oxford Journey Standing Lifter

04.05.15
Oxford’s ultra-compact, lightweight lifter is portable, maneuverable and flexible, making it ideal for patient and carer alike. A unique adjustable “cow horn” mechanism for the sling attachment allows for a...

Clinical Wheelchair & Seating Workshop

07.04.15
If you prescribe or recommend wheelchairs to your clients, then it’s important to understand exactly what options are available to maximise your client’s functionality, mobility and comfort. Willaid and Sunrise...

Peak Care Sling Seat & Walking Stick

07.04.15
Sometimes it can be hard to find a place to rest when you need it! That’s why we take our Peak Care Sling Seats with us whenever we go to...

Don’t Forget to Ask About Service!

05.03.15
When purchasing complex and expensive health care equipment like scooters, powered wheelchairs, lifters and adjustable beds it’s important that you think about service and maintenance.  It hardly needs to be...

Meet Our Master of Service

05.03.15
Sometimes you just get lucky. That’s how we felt a year ago when Gavin Hann sent a text message to say he was new in town and would like to...

How to Choose an Electric Lift Chair or Recliner

14.01.15
Things to Consider When Choosing a Lift Chair   Questions when choosing a lift chair

Holiday Health Care Rentals

04.12.14
Need a wheelchair when Mum comes home from the nursing home this Christmas?  Expecting visitors who need walkers, bedroom or bathroom equipment over the holidays? Willaid offers a complete range...

The Perfect Bed for Independent Living

04.12.14
When you are living independently you don't want a bed that looks like a hospital bed.  But you DO want plenty of comfort, with flexibility in case you need care...

Mobility for the Walking Wounded

10.11.14
If you are recovering from a foot or ankle injury or surgery, you may find the Knee Cruiser just what you need to get you mobile again.  Stable and lightweight...

Compression Stockings

09.11.14
Compression stockings are used for the prevention and treatment of venous and lymphatic conditions such as oedema, varicose veins, phlebitis and thrombosis. Their primary purpose is to return blood from...

Meet Kim Lewis – DVA Coordinator, adventurer and music man

04.10.14
Kim Lewis has been our DVA Coordinator for over 3 years. He works in tandem with occupational therapists and Veterans Affairs contractors to make sure that our veterans get the...

Top Six Things to Consider When Choosing a Mobility Scooter

30.09.14
    1.  Are you physically capable of operating a mobility scooter? Before investing you want to be confident that you will be able to manage a scooter comfortably and...

 

 

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