You will find here just what you need to get around safely, quickly and independently. We have a variety of models to suit any budget. These mobility scooters are really all about getting your life back. We recommend you seek advice from you health professional to assist you to make the best choice.
A community equipment scheme may pay for a battery operated scooter if for example the beneficiary is unable to safely complete their activities of daily living within their home and unable to use a manual wheelchair, cane, crutches, or walker. Criteria apply for various funding. The first step is to contact your G.P and discuss with them and they can make the appropriate referral.
Q 2. Can I take my scooter on an airplane or ship?
All mobility scooters sold at Accessibility Online have batteries that are "maintenance free" and are allowed on airlines. Please check with the airline or booking agent directly to get their approval.
Will I be charged GST on a mobility scooter? No.*
What happens if my scooter breaks down?
Accessibility Online is here to support you after the sale which includes helping you with referrals to the right technicians at the right time should a problem arise .
Please call our Helpline and we initially try to troubleshoot it over the phone. Many times it is the flip of a switch or re-connecting a wire to help you get on your way again.
If we are not successful with that or it indicates a bigger problem we will provide you with Technician details closest to your area who can come out to your home to assess the problem in full.
He or she will advise if their are parts needed and we will check to see if this will be covered under warranty for you. Please go to our Returns and Warranty Policy on this website in the Help & Support section for detailed information if you have just purchased a scooter and need to check our policy details.
Large Mobility Scooters are designed to let you stretch your legs and get comfortable as you cruise the streets or get that errand done.
Aged Care Online Directory | Specific Online Directories
Aged Care Online is Australia's most comprehensive online directory of Residential Accommodation, Home & Community Care options and Associated Services. The site is targeted at people searching for aged care alternatives online and has over 5,200 care and service providers currently listed.
Originating in Victoria, the National directory was launched in April 2005 with offices now in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Our web site is supported by a national sales team promoting and marketing the directory in every state of Australia.
Searchable categories on www.agedcareonline.com.au include: Residential Accommodation; Home & Community Care; Dementia Care; and Associated Service Providers.
Aged Care Vacancy Register
A special feature in our Residential Accommodation section is an interactive Vacancy Register allowing facility owners to promote current permanent/respite vacancies online. This is a free service available to all aged care providers Australia wide. The initiative aims to assist ACAS teams in reducing the time consuming email/telephone network currently being used, and has approximately 400 facilities regularly updating their vacancy status.
Understanding Aged Care
Incorporating a number of interactive features and searchable categories, this section of the site assists people in understanding the industry and what options are available. Our 5 Step Guide has been developed to integrate information on the aged care process and the Service Providers that are available to help people looking into aged care and planning for the future. 'Understanding Aged Care' also includes:
Aged Care Radio: information and entertainment programs for users to the site; News & Events Section: Housing Inside Online, our quarterly newsletter; and Discussion Forum: Discussions on industry specific topics.