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Mobility Ramps: Provides Safe and Reliable Access

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Mobility Ramps: Provides Safe and Reliable Access

Wheelchair/Mobility Scooter ramps are a great ally, recently supported by the law. The law was passed in March 2013. A wheelchair and mobility scooter ramp is an alternative to stairs. It can be placed on top of an existing stairway or by its side or even completely replace. Ramps allow people with disabilities to travel from lower level to upper level with ease. Introducing the Ausnew Mobility Ramps The Ausnew selection of mobility access ramps includes a variety of options. They are designed for people in wheelchairs, scooters and mobility scooters to get over a curb or over a threshold....

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Disability campaigner Joan Hume hated being called 'an inspiration'

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Disability campaigner Joan Hume hated being called 'an inspiration'

High school teacher Joan Hume was 23 when she broke her neck in a car accident, leaving her with quadriplegia.

But if her colleagues thought that was the end of her career, they were very wrong. It was the 1970s and schools weren't prepared for a teacher who uses a wheelchair.

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Selina's Story

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Selina's Story

During Selina’s Occupational Therapy (OT) assessment and prescription of a new manual wheelchair, we remained focused on providing Selina with a wheelchair that not only supported her functional needs, but one that assisted her to achieve her immediate and long term goals.

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Shane defied lockdown to keep business rolling

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Shane defied lockdown to keep business rolling

An innovative disability-focused manufacturer based in Melbourne has defied the crushing impact of the city-wide lockdown to keep its plant operating, staff employed and its thousands of customers with disabilities supplied with essential equipment.

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