Posts Tagged ‘accessibility in the home’

ILC Cockburn turns One!

Time flies when you’re having fun. Time also flies when you’re setting up a new Centre. Can you believe it has already been one year since the Independent Living Centre WA opened a new Centre in Cockburn? Set up like an apartment so people can see, trial and experience assistive equipment, technology and changes to […]

Apps for Home Modifications: OTs, is it time to put down our pens and tape measure?

Are you an occupational therapist (OT) working in home visiting and home modifications prescription? Spending half your day drawing and filling in forms? Many of us already take advantage of mobile phones and tablets to keep in touch with our friends and family, organise our days and even manage virtual farms, but there are other uses for […]

Living the life you choose with assistive technology

Our latest blog by Athena Doropolous highlights how living in an accessible home with access to natural supports, telecare and a diverse range of assistive technologies enables her to live the life she chooses to.  Maybe some of this technology would work for you or someone you know? My name is Athena. I’m in my […]