Para Mobility has been leading the way in Australian made and manufactured specialised disability equipment for the home, workplace, transport, exercise, leisure, and rehabilitation needs for the last 35 years.
Para Mobility was founded in 1983 to make everyday living easier for those who need accessibility solutions in their own homes, workplaces and communities. They also regularly support able-bodied people, who are temporarily injured, in their rehabilitation. Their clients include Para Athletes, people in wheelchairs looking for more independence, and NDIS Participants.
Para Mobility’s custom made and manufactured disability equipment has made a significant contribution to facilitate inclusiveness in public spaces, commercial environments such as shopping centres and hotels, and for consumers in residential developments in keeping with Building Code (Access to Premises) requirements in the Disability Discrimination Act.
Para Mobility’s General Manager, Sally Farrow, says the company is proud to be one of the few Australian made and owned manufacturers in the disability sector.
“We truly listen to what our customers need and subsequently design customised, tailored lifting, mobility and access solutions that enable more freedom and independence.”
Para Mobility’s market-leading products are found in a range of venues, aquatic & leisure centres, gyms, and rehab hospitals. You might have seen them at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, Sea World, the Commonwealth Games 2018, Wet’n’Wild Sydney, and the Sydney Children’s Hospital, along with hotels such as the Ritz Carlton & Westin – just to name a few!
Para Mobility is Australian made
Para Mobility is the only Australian manufacturer that uses Marine Grade stainless steel for their customisable, portable pool hoists. That means they will never rust, and they’re built to withstand the harsh indoor and outdoor environments around pools, oceans and lakes, sailing clubs.
Para Mobility is passionate about supporting consumers in their own home or community and enabling people to take a dip in a pool or spa, take advantage of the feeling of the waves at the beach, being able to access bathroom facilities in a shopping centre or at the movies, or getting in and out of the front seat of their own car.
Farrow says: “The Assistive Technology we manufacture at Para Mobility is specifically designed to support diversely abled people across Australia to access work, health and leisure opportunities and enable big jumps in independence.”
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