Prosthetic Limb Service Accreditation Guidelines Review - feedback invited
The Accreditation Guidelines for Amputee Units, Prosthetic Prescribers, Prosthetists and Prosthetic Service Providers has been reviewed by a Technical Working Group convened by EnableNSW. A draft of the revised guidelines is available below for you to review and comment. Please submit any comments or feedback to email@example.com with subject line “PLS Accreditation Feedback” before 16th June 2017.
Updated self-care and mobility clinical criteria now available
Following extensive consultation, new mobility (including seated mobility, transfer aids) and self-care (including pressure cushions for non-mobility, and bathing and toileting) guidelines are now available. Please see forms and clinical criteria for the latest information.
EnableNSW welcomes Murrumbidgee LHD to the Equipment Allocation Program
This program provides faster access to a range of great value, readily available equipment. Items available includes beds, mattresses, bathing and toileting aids, transfer aids, slings, cushions, manual wheelchairs and walkers. See the Equipment Allocation Program for more information.
Wheelchairs and scooters for outdoors and community access
Mobility equipment for people who are not fulltime wheelchair users but who require a wheelchair or scooter for outdoor or community access will be provided through the EnableNSW Equipment Allocation Program (EAP).
More information can be found in the wheelchairs and scooters for outdoors and community access fact sheet (PDF)
Wheelchair prescription and transport
Information for Prescribers - The Travelling in a Wheelchair in a Vehicle factsheet (PDF) outlines best practice for the safe transit of occupied wheelchairs in a vehicle. For other factsheets see the Publications page.