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Dressing Bundle

$37.38

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.

Ring Zipper Pulls

  • Are you experiencing trouble with getting dressed?
  • Ideal for those who have trouble grasping and moving zippers
  • In fact, the ring pulls help to overcome fine motor skill deficits

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

Button Aid

  • Try this button aid to overcome hand disorders
  • In fact, they are ideal for people with limited hand control, Parkinson's disease or spasticity
  • Lastly, it enables  those with fine motor disabilities to independently button their shirts

 

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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.