Some of these items can be expensive and not always covered with some drug plans. Some items can be found in department stores and even some pharmacies, and there are other adaptive items that can only be found in medical supply stores or home health care stores. You may also be able to find suitable items gently used.
If you have any questions about what the devices you see here please speak with you doctor, occupational therapist or other health care professionals.
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Your physical needs will dictate if you need a small hand held horn or a longer stick style like the one featured here.
Shoe horns can also be found in some shoe stores/sections, cobblers, as well as pharmacies and are reasonable in their cost.
This little gadget can be very helpful to maintaining your independence when dressing.
For us short people and for when you can't bend to lift things this tool comes in handy. There are various styles of the reacher and it can be found in many different stores...even some hardware stores too.
The dressing stick...depending on your limitations, getting dressed may cause you some stress and strain and make dressing painful. This stick is designed to help with most items of clothing as shown.
This tool is called the sock aid...its similar to the shoe horn but for your socks instead.