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About Avant Innovations

Welcome to Avant Innovations – Australia’s leader in bringing worldwide assistive technology to members of our community living with differing abilities. Our mission is to provide inclusive innovation or innovative inclusion – how ever you want to look at it…

It’s been quite a journey – since our management team joined the industry in 1995! We’ve evolved from a specialist provider of powered assistive technology devices, to include a manufacturing division of lifting/transfer systems – then to restructure in 2016 and hyper-specialise in areas of healthcare that are little known and even less understood.

We decided a long time ago that life for persons with additional needs was more than just the powered wheelchair that would eliminate every task they could manage themselves. It was more than just the product that could help them transfer from A to B at end-of-life. It was adapted to their very specific needs TODAY! 

So from 2016 -- we don’t dis- their ability. That equals disability

We maximize their ability…

It’s their need for proper sleep, it’s their desire to eat independently, it’s their family culture of life on the beach, it’s the need for parents to get their special kids upskilled for life, it’s the toy that teaches special kids their colours…

It’s us – Avant Innovations – keep clicking…

Avant was contacted to help out with the trial of a safety sleeper for a young boy, we sent the product out for a two week trail and here’s what his parent had to say about their experience…

Travelling, as exciting as it is, can bring about stress and anxiety in some. New places and being out of a routine can lead to physical and mental unrest.

Managing this in new environments, and while in transit, can be a real challenge. In answer to this, a Danish company has developed a range of sensory stimulating products that can be taken on the road with you. 

Night time wandering is a scary reality for many families and results in many nights of poor sleep and high levels of anxiety.

The risk of trauma, injury and even death is very real for many families with children who are struggling with autistic spectrum disorder and other conditions.

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