A large magnifying glass with LED light bulb to allow you to see and read tiny words even at night or poor visual conditions. Great for people with macular degeneration or just difficulty with reading fine print.
An extension that can be secured to one’s reclining chair arm to bring the handle within reach of the seated user. Great for people that have difficulty with bending or arm strength.
A special burn resistant apron that can be worn to prevent oneself or one’s clothing from getting burned or stained by char from cigarette ashes. Commonly used by wheelchair users.
A piece of plastic that goes over a key. This plastic holder is meant to increase the surface area a user has to use when holding and turning the key within a lock. In essence, it allows people with poor fine motor skills to use of keys more easily.
An electronic defibulator with voice prompts that can be used to shock an unconscious person suffering a heart attack. Used by a caregiver or first responder, this can improve the chances of survival.
A small step stool that can be used by someone to get into a tall bed or to reach for objects stored in tall cupboards in the kitchen or laundry room. The surface of the stool is lined with gripping material to decrease risk of falls. A common item seen in doctor’s offices.