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Lyla’s Clicking Her Way To Achieving Communication Goals

One of the tools that Lyla and Rebecca have been using is Clicker software, a program that allows Lyla to engage with literacy and school-based activities at her pace. Using the Clicker software shows that there are different ways to access curriculum in addition to pencils and keyboards that give Lyla the opportunity to explore literacy and communication and develop her skills.

How Orthotics could support you to achieve your goals

Orthotics come in all shapes and sizes, can be used on various parts of the body, and can provide fantastic support for someone living with a physical disability to achieve their goals.

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.

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.

NovitaTech’s repairs and maintenance service supports independence

Novitatech’s high quality, reliable and prompt repairs and maintenance service is supporting South Australians living with disability to go about their daily lives and achieve their independence goals.

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Noah and Harley are taking big steps at Novita’s Berri hub

Brothers Noah and Harley both live with Autism Spectrum Disorder and have recently started accessing services from Novita‘s Berri hub. As a result both boys are already making important developments and achieving some of their goals.

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Anita is making an impact in the Riverland

Anita is an advocate for the disability community in the Riverland of South Australia. Living with cerebral palsy and spina bifida, she has been accessing her support coordination services and occupational therapy from Novita’s Berri hub since it opened in February of this year, and has recently commenced developmental education therapy.

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Sport loving Alex is making big strides toward his therapy goals

Alex lives with cerebral palsy which affects all four of his limbs and is supported by Novitatech for his assistive technology services, including orthotics and mobility equipment such as his walker and wheelchair. Both of which have supported him to enhance and improve his mobility.

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Opening of exciting new Novitatech Assistive Technology Centre at Thebarton

Novita kids Deanne and Tiffany joined His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia for the official opening of the new facility on South Road.

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Supporting Dee to live a more independent life

Dee lives with cerebral palsy and has been accessing a wide variety of therapy and support services from Novita and Novitatech during the past 12 years, which have resulted in her achieving many exciting goals and leading a more independent life.

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Bathroom modification supports Shailer and her family to live more independently

Shailer has benefitted from a major home modification to her family bathroom, which has made the space more functional and accessible, and is supporting her to live more independently.

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Novitatech modifies Jacob’s house to become wheelchair accessible

Supported by his parents, Jacob accesses occupational therapy, speech pathology, physiotherapy and aquatic therapy, from the Novita hub at Port Lincoln.

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Shane’s reaching big goals and his powered wheelchair is along for the ride

Shane works with Novitatech’s Manager of Technical Services, Prithy, and is making great progress including accessing his powered wheelchair controls to drive independently and being able to use the communication device that’s been installed on the wheelchair.

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Novita’s orthotics technician Jono is supporting clients to reach their mobility goals

Jono has a degree in Bio Medical Engineering from Sydney University, which has supported him to gain employment in the orthotics and prosthetics field.

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3D printed helmet therapy achieving incredible results for Carter

Carter had a very successful outcome and the process involved having his own 3D printed helmet fitted, followed by plenty of direction and on-going support from his orthotist.

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Tiffany’s 3D printed orthotics have her dancing in the right direction

Lisa and Tiffany are working together to reach Tiffany’s ultimate goal, which is to no longer have to use leg braces during the day or night.

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