A doorknob extension handle that can be added to round doorknobs to make them easier to open. Greater ease with opening doors for those that normally have difficulty grasping and turning round doorknobs. Good for arthritis sufferers.
A wireless alert button that is worn by a user to call for assistance from a caregiver who wears the receiving pager. With a range of approximately 500 feet, this gives both people piece of mind that help can always be reached.
A wall mounted device that has a pull cord that alerts a caregiver that assistance is needed once the cord is pulled. Usually installed in areas where falls are common such as near beds and in bathrooms
A senior friendly cellphone with both large buttons and display. It is specifically programmed to show information in a large font to allow people with decreased vision greater independence with their communication.
A small step stool that provides additional support to the user with a built in handle. This handle can be used to stabilize oneself as you step up or down from the stool. For people with minimal stepping difficulty that need to reach high items or locations.
As we age our eye sight loses clarity for fine print. Due to a loss of elasticity in one’s eyeballs and other factors, the elderly tend to rely more and more on reading glasses. This set also comes with a handy carrying case to protect your spectacles.