These forks can be helpful for feeding yourself limited to no assistance from others.
These spoons can be helpful for feeding yourself limited to no assistance from others.
This can be place on your four fingers and a utensil/pen is inserted into the plastic ring helping make eating or writing a little easier.
This cup is durable and can be dropped. The handle makes it helpful use on your own and the lip helps to prevent major spillage.
Not only can this be used as an cup holder but also for smaller objects such as phone or wallet to be held within a short distance.
These straws can be locked on to thinner cups and won’t move around inside the cup which we have found a hassle at times to grab the straw.
This is the rubber looking little man – the arms and legs bend around the phone and the circular hook on the top can be folded over to be used as a handle.
This contains different information that can be accessed via an electronic device. We have found that it isn’t always easy dealing with pieces of paper with limited hand mobility.
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Our friends at Comfort Medical will send you a variety of intermittent catheters that are specifically designed for people with limited hand dexterity, to help you determine which one is best for your individual needs, plus educational materials. You need a prescription for catheters to receive this sample pack, but Comfort will help you coordinate that if you don't have one already.
The Super Grip Tape helps increase friction to any surface. The self-adhesive tape is flexible and offers an extra layer of comfort & stability wherever one might need.
There are zip ties in the Pack that can be used to attach a larger loop onto a zipper making it easier to open and close different items.
This helps attach items that have loops attach to different items. For example attaching a backpack to a wheel chair.
Can be used for wide range keys or ID. This can be attached to a wheel chair with the zip ties provided in Pack. A use of the ID holder is to hold bus pass, STS card, small amount of money or a credit card. This limits having to ask for help bringing out an entire wallet.
This is the soft rubber blue tubing. When cut up can be helpful when using tooth brush, pens, pencils etc. Basically anything you can fit into the middle of the tube.
Sixth digit ring stylus designed to aid those with limited hand function in using modern electronics devices by providing the required precision for typing, using touchscreens, and pressing buttons without needing to grasp a stylus or point a finger.
For wheel chairs that have the option this can give a person access to items on the side of their chair.
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