Help and Guidance

Help and advice area

In this section we offer advice about various types of products and services that you may find useful

 We try to point out both the positives and negatives for each type of aide - so that you have the information at hand to make an informed choice about which products will help your situation.

We are still building this area and intend to improve the content to cover more areas and types of equipment and services. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us - we will try to help!

If you have any difficulty getting up and down stairs you really are not alone. Our modern stair lifts can be found with a wide variety of features such as adjustable seat height, armrests, automated or manual flip up footrest, seat belt, soft start and soft stop, safety features and more to provide you with options that will make your life easier. 

You will find articles in this area that describe the stairlift assessment and installation process, some information about various stairlift options as well as information about other types of lifts to assist movement into and around your home. These articles give general advice only. We recommend speaking with your GP or health professional for more specific advice.

Our head protection/helmets can be used for many different reasons and types of medical conditions including; autism (for head banging), cerebral palsy, epileptic fits, traumatic brain injuries, neurological rehabilitation, haemophilia and other bleeding disorders,  general special needs, developmental disabilities, sensory and motor development rehabilitation.

In this area you will find advice relating to how our head protection can be of help for a multitude of reasons. These articles give general advice only. We recommend speaking with your GP or health professional for more specific advice.

If you are static for long periods of time then you may require equipment that provides additional pressure relief, such as seating and beds, in order to reduce the risk posed by pressure injuries. This area gives general advice about some of the solutions that we can provide.

These articles give general advice only. We recommend speaking with your GP or health professional for more specific advice as to whether the solutions mentioned here are suitable and appropriate for you.

Sometimes we need a little help around the home, due to the effects of aging, medical conditions or injuries. Here you will find articles about enabling single handed care, mobility around the home, falls and help with bathing. These articles give general advice only. We recommend speaking with your GP or health professional for more specific advice as to whether the solutions mentioned here are suitable and appropriate for you.