Adaptive Equipment

Adaptive equipment is anything that helps someone with a disability to be more independent. These disabilities could be low vision , arthritis or hearing imparied. Adaptive equipment includes “gadgets” such as telephone amplifiers, talking clocks, large-print books, cooking and eating utensils for one-handed use, self-threading needles, or long-handled garden tools. As our elders age and desire to Age In Place, adaptive equipment may help continue their stay at home.
Bathroom
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A hand held shower, Raised toilet seat, Long handled sponges, Wiping/toilet tissues aides, Grab bars

Around the house

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Big lamp switch, Door knob levers, Key turners, Large button remote control, Furniture raisers, Reacher
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Jar openers, Rocker knives,Two-handed coffee mugs, Built up handle silverware, Knob turners

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Sock aide, Dressing stick, Long handled show horn



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