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Dad Life (As A Wheely) Part 2

By GTK

Hello! Curtis here again. I hope you’ve had a great week and are ready to tuck into some AT insights from yours truly. 

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Dad Life (As A Wheely) Part 1

By GTK

GTK are pleased to announce we are starting a new 4 part series “Dad Life (As A Wheely)” written by our newest consultant, Curtis! The series will highlight Curtis’ experiences living as an active...

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Choosing between modular and custom moulded seating

By GTK

Over the past decade, there has been a proliferation of well-designed modular seating systems that have enabled clinicians to meet complex seating needs without having to utilise custom moulded...

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Seat Elevation: What does the Evidence Say?

By GTK

Powered seat elevation has rapidly become the most prescribed powered seat function after tilt-in-space. The benefits of seat elevation are varied, and most users of seat elevation greatly value the...

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Choosing Between a Power Assist Device and Power Wheelchair

By GTK

Over the past few months on our blog, we’ve looked at the different types of power assist devices, as well as the clinical evidence regarding their use. We are often also asked how to choose between...

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Creating Accessibility in Business

By GTK

In Australia, 1 in 5 people are living with a disability. And of those 20% (just under 4 million people), 4.4% are in a wheelchair.

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Creating Accessibility in a Restaurant

By GTK

Dining out at a restaurant is a treat and who doesn’t want to spend that time eating delicious food, talking with friends and family, and not having to deal with cooking or cleaning up afterwards!?

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Prescribing Assistive Technology for Users with Cortical Visual Impairment

By GTK

As clinicians, we always consider visual impairments when assessing for and prescribing assistive technology, but if we’re honest we often treat visual impairments as a homogenous group rather than...

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Creating Accessibility in a Shop or Retail Setting

By GTK

Imagine you’re a shopper and you go to your favourite clothes store, only to find that you can’t get your wheelchair through the newly installed turnstiles. Or you have run out of food at home and...

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Creating Accessibility in a Service Based Business

By GTK

A service-based business is just as the name suggests - the business owner sells skills rather than a product. This includes a range of business types, from plumbers and electricians, through to...

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