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  • A U-shape hand held device with a toothbrush attachment and wall mounted toothpaste dispenser.

  • A device that enables wheelchair users to bowl independently from their wheelchair.

  • An guide dog harness that can be adjusted on the go, with a quick release mechanism.

  • A sleek and weight bearing wheelchair wheel cleaning docking station.

  • An 3D printed attachment allowing easier grip for smaller items such as keys.

  • Pick up stick to allow a Quadruple amputee to pick up items that may otherwise be out of reach.

  • A durable and robust wheelchair tray that can be operated with one arm.

  • Accessible Shoelaces

    A system that enables an individual with poor motor control of their hands to easily and independently tie their shoelaces.

  • Shoe Applicator

    A device that enables and individual with poor motor control in their hands to hold their shoe open so that they can easily slide their foot in.

  • Daily Schedule App

    An iPad app that enables an individual with severe intellectual disability and ASD to easily keep track of her daily schedule.

  • Pool aid

    A modular and flexible system that enables an individual to participate in hydrotherapy without the assistance of multiple therapists.

  • Multifunctional Grabber

    A customised grabber that enables an individual with neuromyelitis optica to more easily and independently grab various objects.

  • CPAP Mask Applicator

    A system that enables the application of a CPAP mask regularly and independently.

  • Quad Amputee Dog Lead

    A system that enables a quadruple amputee to independently and safely take their dog for a walk.

  • Wheelchair Bag System

    An automated system that brings bags held behind a wheelchair around to the side for easy access.

  • Custom Exercise Device

    A custom exercise apparatus developed for an individual living with the effects of Thalidomide.

  • Independent toothbrush

    A device that enables an individual with poor motor control easily and independently brush their teeth.

  • Portable Stand up Solution

    A modified set of crutches that enables an individual with Beckers muscular dystrophy to stand up from a seated position.

  • Eating Independently

    A 3D printed robotic feeding mechanism that allows and individual to eat independently.

  • Automatic Mask Release

    3D printed release latches incorporated into a ventilator mask to reduce the risk of aspiration.

  • Wheelchair Tray

    A custom wheelchair tray and storage unit that can be deployed using one arm or hand.

  • LED light indicator

    A device that allows an individual with low vision to know colour and frequency of an LED light.

  • Wheelchair Bowling Device

    A device that enables a wheelchair user to go indoor bowling and fire a bowling ball from their wheelchair.

  • Wheelchair Wheel Cleaner

    A device that automatically cleans the wheels of a wheelchair, similar to an automatic car wash.

  • Accessible Backpack

    A modified sling bag that enables an individual with low vision to easily access and identify different compartments of the bag.

  • Customised Crutch Grip

    A modified grip for regular crutches to enable a quadruple amputee better use her crutches.

  • Wheelchair warmer and waterproof cover

    A heated blanket and seat warmer that connect to a usb input on a wheelchair console.

  • Thea

  • Tony

  • Yasmeen

    Im a 25 year old, diagnosed with Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). SMA is a genetic condition which affects the nerves that control muscle movement in the motor neurons. Therefore I only have very little movement in my fingers which allow me to use my roller mouse or drive my electric wheelchair

  • Bill

  • Jacob

    Mild intellectual disability/ learning disability

  • Chyrisse

    Chyrisse is an audiologist

  • Danny

    I volunteer with a drumming group for people with disabilities run by Access Inc.

  • Fid

    Hi, I have Beckers Muscular Dystrophy and was diagnosed in 2010. This mainly affects my quad muscles in my legs. I use crutches to aid my walking.

  • Kim

  • Layla

    I have spastic cerebral palsy and am a mild quadriplegic I use a manual wheelchair and sometimes a power chair depending on distance demand and

  • Aaron

  • Beverley

  • Dean

  • Emma

  • Jenny

  • Josh

  • Kanna

  • Kristine

  • Louise

  • Matt

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NDIS Approval

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therapist assessment

If necessary, a therapist will visit you to assess whether the product meets your requirements. 

build and deliver

Once approved, your product will be built, delivered and installed.