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Dressing Bundle – Independence and Joy in Daily Care

$39.83

We recommend these tools that rehabilitation specialists use to increase a senior’s independence despite the physical limitations. Occupational therapists use these tools in the hospital. Save 41%. The dressing can be painful and frustrating for people with certain physical conditions.  We recommend these tools that rehabilitation specialists use to increase a senior’s independence despite the physical limitations of arthritis, strokes, degenerative muscle disease, and other conditions. In fact, occupational therapists use these tools before a patient is released from the hospital. Learn more about ADLs. Try them out for yourself and see the benefits of that extra hand these tools provide.

Shoehorn Dressing Aid Stick

  • These two great tools in one!
  • Try our combination dressing stick and shoehorn
  • In fact, this tool increases independence with dressing tasks
  • The large diameter foam handle is easy to grasp

Sock Aid

  • Sock aid allows for easy application of socks
  • In fact, a big help for people with limited reach or range of motion.
  • Made with high-quality materials, low price, easy to use.

Pistol Grip Reacher

  • Extends arms for things  too high or low to reach
  • Therefore reduces the risk of falling
  • Aids people with limited grip strength

Raptor Reaching Aid

The best tool for helping with activities of daily living!

In fact, this durable, lightweight reacher can pick up heavy clothes from the closet

It features a hook-like extension on the front that can be used as a dressing aid

Lastly, it is 24 inches long.

Ribbed Handle Button Aid

Made for people with reduced fine motor skills

Increases a person's independence with dressing

In fact, this device improves grip and holding ability

Wire buttoning aid pulls the buttons easily through the holes

 

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Description

Dressing can be painful and frustrating for people with certain physical conditions.  We recommend these tools that rehabilitation specialists use to increase a senior’s independence despite the physical limitations of arthritis, strokes, degenerative muscle disease, and other conditions. In fact, occupational therapists use these tools before a patient is released from the hospital. Learn more about ADLs. Try them out for yourself and see the benefits of that extra hand these tools provide.