A cushion that can be placed in a car seat or chair that allows a person to easily turn their body from a seated position. Excellent for those that have difficulty weight shifting to adjust their position. Commonly used by patients of hip surgery.
A cushion that is placed on top of a secure chair. When a seated user wishes to stand, the device is triggered and it gently propels the user forward into a semi standing position. Great for people that have difficulty getting into standing.
A built up seat cushion meant to increase the height of low chairs. Great for people on hip precautions following surgery or those that have difficulty with getting into standing from low chairs. A taller seat means one is sitting taller and it is easier to stand.
Loose rugs are the number one contributor of falls. This flat rubber sheet that is placed underneath one’s carpet to minimize rug sliding and decrease fall risks.
A paint brush typically used by children with underdeveloped hand coordination and strength can similarly be used by arthritis sufferers or those with hand weakness. The larger handle means more control during painting those masterpieces.
A curved wooden card holder that can be used by anyone with difficulty holding playing cards for a long duration.