NDIS – funding your future powerchair

Mark Brown needs a powerchair to have a balanced and successful life. From the time he gets up in the morning till the time he goes to bed, his powerchair is involved in everything he does. He’s been using this incredibly personal piece of equipment for over 8 years, and it is now time for… Read more »

Putting Magic Mobility powerchairs to the test

Magic Mobility powerchairs are known for helping active users to go further, explore more and live fully. Magic Mobility encourages people to put their powerchairs to the test, to experiment and see how robust they are. Carl is a Melbourne-based user who knows the chairs well. Being an adventure seeker, Carl has always explored the… Read more »

Tailoring a powerchair to your needs

Everyone’s lives and disabilities are different. At Magic Mobility, we know that it’s the tailoring of our powerchairs that can make all the difference to those who use them. That’s why we spend time investigating solutions that meet the needs of our users. Over time we can sometimes find that those solutions can apply to… Read more »

Customising solutions for your needs, goals and lifestyle

We had a chat to Magic Mobility design engineer Lachie about the types of custom solutions he designs for powerchair users, and how he works with users and therapists to tailor innovative solutions to their needs. Do you have specific needs that require custom innovations? Watch our interview with Lachie to see how Magic Mobility… Read more »

Top 5 tips for choosing your perfect powerchair

A powerchair is so personal, and choosing the right one is probably one of the most important decisions you will make. There are plenty of factors you need to take into consideration when selecting the powerchair that’s right for you. Magic Mobility has been committed to ensuring wheelchair users have access to the best and… Read more »

Captaining your team

We had a chat to Magic Mobility users Ray and Mark about why it’s so important that they lead their team, and what being team leader means to them. For Ray, being surrounded by the right team is key to finding the right products and funding, to help you be the most able you can… Read more »

A team effort for NDIS success

Australian man Michael’s Frontier V6 Compact 40 has improved his ability to be a more active part of his community since he received it in May this year. He leads his own personal support team of health care professionals, therapists, wheelchair experts and families, all of whom give him the independence and advice he needs… Read more »

Helping you get down to work in your Magic Mobility powerchair

We had a chat to Magic Mobility users Mark, Peta and Carl about how their powerchairs give them the independence to get down to work. Watch the video to hear them talk about their favourite features that give them independence in the workplace, at home and out and about with friends. Mark is a consultant… Read more »

Travel the world in your powerchair

Ray is a busy man. He splits his year between Melbourne, Australia and the US. He runs a home-based business and runs a voluntary network of people interested in improving the accessibility of public transport. Ray is always on the move. So how does he do it? “I travel regularly, sometimes interstate but mostly overseas…. Read more »

The V6 Frontier AT – For Ultimate Indoor Outdoor Freedom

Are you looking for a life-changing solution that gets you outside and takes on the challenge of off-road as well as the city? Well, we have it. The Frontier V6 is AT for all terrain, and it’s perfect for your terrain. Take a look at the machine that ex-US Navy Corpsman Brad Laux calls a… Read more »

OTs should Challenge Occupational Deprivation

Occupational Therapy Australia’s recent position paper spells out why OTs are professionally obliged to challenge policies, practices, and funding regimes that deny people meaningful occupations of their own choosing. For people stuck in the wrong wheelchair, the inability to get out and occupied with meaningful activities can have serious consequences. According to the OTA’s position… Read more »

Getting Outdoors is Therapeutic

Evidence is mounting that time spent outdoors, getting into nature, can have the same therapeutic benefits as expensive drugs or counselling. Lots of people tell Views from the Chair that their ability to enjoy nature in an indoor/outdoor wheelchair is important to their health and wellbeing. But wheelchair funders often dismiss outdoor recreation as an… Read more »

Taking life back

Tom, 51 from Washington USA, is an active lover of the outdoors who contracted ALS several years ago. Tom became depressed because he was stuck indoors, as his powerchair couldn’t take him where he wanted to go. It negatively impacted his mental health. Tom agreed to help Magic Mobility with a study into the connection… Read more »

Take on every terrain, all terrains in your powerchair

All terrain. Your terrain. At Magic Mobility we are all about empowering people to live life, push boundaries and take on any terrain. For some that may mean planning your next off road adventure, going camping or choosing to do a marathon. For others it might simply be spending more time with family or making… Read more »