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Types of assistive technology include:

  • Emergency call systems and GPS locators
  • Wheelchairs and mobility scooters
  • Telephones
  • Showering, toileting and dressing aids
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Seating, beds and mattresses
  • Hoists and transfer aids
  • Vehicle modifications
  • Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) options
  • Tablets, apps and smartphones
  • Equipment to access the computer
  • Smart home technology
  • Software, apps and gadgets

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Assistive technology could support you to:

  • Prepare your own meals and eat or drink independently
  • Participate, learn and communicate
  • Stay connected
  • Move around your home and community
  • Manage your own personal care such as bathing or dressing
  • Use your computer, tablet or phone
  • Participate in sports and other recreational activities
  • Control your appliances such as your TV and lights
  • Undertake daily tasks safely
  • Be more independent in your own home and when out and about Purple circle with text and love heart: I Love NDIS

If you are looking at assistive technology options, there are many factors to consider including your individual abilities, the environment in which you will use it, and what you want to achieve.

At Indigo, we can work with you to select, trial and source assistive technology.