From bathroom aids to kitchen devices and healthcare products, there are plenty of independent living aids that can help seniors go about their daily routine with improved safety.
An extra long shoehorn from Helping hand is a good solution for people whose reach, dexterity or ability to bend is limited due to arthritis or back/leg injuries.
They are attached to a sheet which is held in place with hook and loop strips.Dressing aidsDressing aids are ideal for seniors that suffer from temporary or permanent mobility issues or from pain while bending.
Dressing aids can consist of: > Sock and Stocking aids will help you put on socks or stockings without bending > Button hooks are essential for seniors as they help them to button their shirt without fiddling > Dressing sticks provide the independence seniors need to dress themselves Dawn ClockThe Dawn Clock is a convenient device that provides structure and reassurance to seniors by organising their day.
The frame can be converted into an over toilet frame, a Zimmer frame, a shower chair, a raised toilet seat, a bedside commode, a handrail and a lifting aid.
This adaptive tool has a non-slip grip and is very suitable for arthritis, osteoporosis and Parkinson’s patients.