Blog Category: Resources

Your Guide to Adaptive Clothing and Shoes

Adaptive clothing and shoes are designed to make life easier for people who may experience difficulties dressing due to disability, ageing or health conditions.

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New ramp delivers accessibility and safety

A safe ramp can make all the difference to accessibility for people who rely on a wheelchair for their mobility – whether it be at home, at school, in the workplace, or in the community. The NovitaTech team are specialists at finding home modifications solutions – including ramps – to support you to live more independently and have safe access to your home, school, or office.

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Tips for supporting kids to use a walker correctly

Walkers can be an important device to support mobility for kids and young people living with disability. The Novita team has some important tips for mums and dads and other family members and carers to ensure kids use their walkers safely – especially if they are using a walker for the first time.

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A Milestone for Caring Christopher

22-year-old Christopher lives with cerebral palsy quadriplegia and is a participant in the Day Options program at the scosa hub at Willaston. He also receives therapy services from the team at Novita’s Elizabeth hub.

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Jim’s Home Sweet Home Modifications

After 24 weeks of rehabilitation and strengthening, Jim moved from his large family home to a low maintenance apartment. While the apartment was low maintenance, it did need to be modified to cater for wheelchair access - that's where NovitaTech came in...

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Everything you need to know and more about orthopaedic shoes

There are certain characteristics and design features of orthopaedic shoes which set them apart from regular shoes. Here's how to find the right one for you.

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Assistive technology a feature of Rossdale display home

NovitaTech is excited to be partnering with award-winning builder Rossdale Homes to deliver a unique opportunity for South Australians living with disability to experience some of the high-tech devices that could support them to live independently at home.

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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Training

There are a number of different approaches and methods that may be used in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) training. These include immersion and modelling.

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