Scissors that are secured onto a base that allows a user with one hand to cut paper or another thin object. The base holds the scissors upright and the item that will be cut while the user can push down on a large handle to slice something in half.
An electronic device that is placed over written text or images that projects a zoomed picture of these items onto a computer monitor. Great for those that have macular degeneration or other eye conditions requiring larger font or images to see.
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 foot operated mechanism that connects to one’s IPad, android or other digital book reader and can be used to turn pages. A user with poor hand fine motor abilities or paralysis can be set up with a book and then independently turn the pages.
A universal cuff strap that is connected to one’s hand which has a stick rubber tip on one end. This can be used by someone to turn pages in physical books or magazines. Great for people with partial paralysis or weakness in the hand.