Dressing aids are handheld tools that make putting on shoes and clothing easier for those who have dexterity challenges. Tasks such as buttons, zippers, and slipping on clothing and shoes are more effortless, increasing independence for the user. These assistive devices for dressing are ideal for people with arthritis or limited mobility.
Walkers and Rollators both make walking from one place to another much easier, as the user has something to hold on to and help distribute their weight. We carry a standard wheeled walker and a walker with seat and basket. A rollator with seat is also available to provide extra support.
If you have trouble bending over or reaching above your head, Reachers and Lifters are very helpful daily living aids. A reacher, such as the PikStik, is a helpful grab tool used to lift objects off of shelves or low surfaces that are out of reach. Lifters raise your leg closer to your body rather than bending over. Both of these tools are ideal for those with back problems or arthritis.
Eating and Drinking Aids are very useful for the disabled and elderly, as they make daily tasks more manageable. Weighted silverware helps keep people from dropping utensils and plastic cups with handles are easier to hold. We also sell adult bibs to protect clothing.
If you experience difficulty when standing or sitting, Grab Bars and Rails help by holding your weight and allowing you to maintain balance. Safety grab bars are typically used in the bathroom around the shower, tub, or toilet to stabilize your body. There are also products that provide assistance while getting in and out of the car, such as the Stander Car Caddie.