A stick that is held in one’s mouth and controlled by one’s oral muscles or neck motion. With this tool, people that suffer from body paralysis or weakness, can interact with their environment by pushing buttons or keyboard keys.
A rubik’s cube that has special grooves and edges on the colored tiles to allow someone with decreased or no vision to play by feeling the pattern. Great for people with macular degeneration or other visual impairments.
An easy to use music player for people suffering from dementia or those who are easily confused. Preload it with audio files and use the simple controls to play the tunes. Open the lid to play, close it to stop the music or push the button to skip to the next track.
A highly colorful plastic container meant to store used needles for safe disposal. Great for people that are on a regular regime of injectable medication. This container minimizes the risk of accidentally pricking oneself or others.
A plastic container with various hole sizes. Insert stalks of herbs in the appropriate hole and pull through to strip them. Great for seniors who wish to quickly prepare herbs and spices and remain independent with cooking.
A special pair of scissors that have three pairs of blades. Meant to cut herbs and other spices into small pieces. Seniors may benefit from this as it reduces the amount of cutting needed and increases independence with meal preparation.