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Mollii Suit trial to be held in Cotton Tree

Mollii Suit trial to be held in Cotton Tree

A demonstration of the game-changing Mollii Suit – an assistive device for people with physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries, impaired motor skills and spasticity – will be held on the Sunshine Coast on Friday, May 26.

The Mollii Suit, invented by Swedish research institutes in 2010, prompts the body’s neurological reflexes using electrodes to send mild, low frequency signals to selected muscle groups.

The demonstration of the Mollii Suit will be held at the 121 Care offices, 33 Sixth Avenue, Cotton Tree from 9am.

Following the hour long demonstration of the Mollii Suit, Swedish physiotherapist and chiropractor, Dr Jorgen Sandell will offer a limited number of one-on-one client assessments.

The demonstration is open to 121 Care clients, carers and supporters, health care professionals and members of the public who believe the Mollii Suit may be the right piece of assistive equipment for them.

If you would like to book a one-on-one assessment, contact Kim Fullbrook from Metier Medical (the Australian distributors) of the Mollii Suit on 02 4909 8038 or email her at kimf@metiermedial.com

121 Care was the first independent disability support services organisation established on the Sunshine Coast and, this year, is celebrating 25 years of serving the community. If you would like additional information about 121 Care, contact us on 5433 9777 or see our website www.121care.org.au


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