New National Equipment Database Video

logoCheck out our new video on ILCs YouTube Channel which is a simple guide to using the Independent Living Centres Australia (ILCA) Equipment Database.

The free database has over 10,000 assistive technology and equipment products to help people remain independent and improve their quality of life.

It is a one-stop-information-source for assistive equipment items that are available Australia-wide; and provides quick and easy access to information about products that enable people to better manage tasks at home, school, work and in the community.

Consumers can gain unbiased advice about a range of products to suit their needs. The extensive range of equipment featured includes items to open jars and make turning taps on and off easier; computer access items; communication devices; scooters, wheelchairs and walking aids; emergency call systems; technology; back supports, cushions and comfortable chairs; exercise equipment; sexual aids and much more.

People who are young or ageing, have a disability or health problem, are a carer, service provider or health care worker may find the database useful and are encouraged to view the short video to see how simple it is to use!

4 Responses

  1. amanda cook says:

    Please can you forward to me information regarding Emergency Call Systems. Thank You. Amanda

  2. Jacqui Caldwell says:

    Hi Amanda

    Thanks for your enquiry. One of our health professionals will be in touch with you soon regarding Emergency Call Systems.

    Kind regards,
    Jacqui

  3. Wendy Hayes says:

    Hi could you please send me out details of emergency call systems for our home.
    Our daughter is a C5/C6 tretraplegic.
    Regards
    Wendy Hayes

    • Jacqui Caldwell says:

      Hi Wendy

      Thanks for your enquiry. One of our health professionals will be in touch with you soon regarding Emergency Call Systems.

      Kind regards,
      Jacqui

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