At Tunstall, we are passionate about supporting our clients in every way we can. This is why we became an NDIS registered provider, so our clients can benefit from our products and services that help them achieve their goals. Here is everything you need to know about Tunstall’s role as a registered NDIS provider. What is an NDIS Provider? NDIS providers are organisations that have … Read more » The Role Of Tunstall As An NDIS Provider
Wearable healthcare technology provides new ways to monitor those with medical conditions or who may need to request emergency support. Read more » Are the future of healthcare and wearable tech inextricably linked?
If the dangers of a fall worry you or your loved one, a fall detector might be the perfect choice. Do you know what to look for in one? Read more » What technology and features should you expect from a fall detector?
As a caregiver, choosing the right medical alert system for your loved one is key in providing the peace of mind you need. Here are some considerations. Read more » How can caregivers choose the right medical alert system?
Epilepsy can affect anyone, impacting their daily lives. However, the right support can help individuals reclaim control and live full and active lives. Read more » How do epilepsy sensors work?
Recent studies have shown a link between higher than average blood pressure and dementia. How can you help keep your blood pressure down? Read more » Can lowering blood pressure help reduce the risk of dementia?
Helping a loved one living with a health issue means understanding when to be a friend or a carer. How do you know which they need? Read more » Knowing when to be a carer, a family member, or a friend
Knowing how to help a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease is difficult. However, the right technology can improve independence, and provide peace of mind. Read more » How technology can help a loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease
The future of healthcare may bring to mind sci-fi concepts, but are these scenarios realistic? What are some areas of healthcare that will grow and develop? Read more » What’s ahead for the future of healthcare?
Epilepsy affects over 250,000 Australians. Despite being the fourth most common brain disorder, there’s a lot that’s misunderstood about the disease. Read more » Understanding epilepsy and who it can affect