Includes mini lightweight kettles, kettle tippers and hot water dispensers.
Includes drinking equipment that's easy to use and can minimise spillages, such as large handled mugs, insulated cups and cups with lids.
Designed for people with limited hand or arm movement. Seek advice from a speech and language therapist before purchasing this type of equipment, as they could potentially cause a choking risk to some people.
includes a range of straws, straw holders and cup holders.
Includes devices that beep and/or vibrate when the level of liquid in a cup has reached a certain level.
Includes equipment to help open tins, jars, bottles and packets.
Includes a range of adapted cutlery that can assist those with reduced grip, temor, lack of muscle control or restricted movement.
Includes a range of adapted scissors, self-opening scissors and push down scissors
These systems are designed for people with limited hand/arm movement, or those with limited control over their own movements.
Includes adapted plates, bowls, egg cups, plate guards and insulated equipment to support independent eating.
Slip resistant materials can be used in many ways to help with grip, or to stop things sliding on smooth surfaces.
Tap and knob turners are designed to be used with many different tap head types and knobs to offer leverage.
Includes items for weighing and measuring, with helpful features such as larger displays.
Includes equipment that can aid food preparation, such as choppers, peelers, graters and easy grip utensils.
Includes food preparation boards for chopping and spreading, jar and bottle holders and cooking baskets for saucepans.
Includes step stools with handrails and trolleys for transporting food and drink. Seek advice from an Occupational Therapist before purchasing these items.
Perching stools help position the user in a supported semi-standing position. Seek advice from an Occupational Therapist before buying a perching stool.
Includes tables and trays that make eating and carrying food and drink easier.
Includes a selection of long, short and folding handle reachers, to help with reaching and picking up items.
Includes equipment to make cleaning the house and doing the laundry easier.
Includes adapted kitchen appliances, such as talking microwaves and hobs. Plus cooker guards that detect if the cooker has been left on or gets too hot.
There are many types of alarms and shut off systems that may detect gas, smoke and water, that can help to keep someone safe within the home.
Includes plugs and sockets with assistive features, such as plugs with handles and remote-controlled sockets. Seek an electricians advice when purchasing electrical devices.
Includes alternative solutions for lighting, such as automatic lighting, remote-controlled and wireless light switches and touch lamps.
Includes signs and aids that identify areas within the home.
This section shows examples of ways you can label equipment that can assist with daily living and identifying everyday items.
This section includes fobs that flash or beep in response to a whistle or a button being pressed so to alert when an item has been misplaced or lost.
Includes equipment to assist with planning and remembering route tasks and activities.
Includes examples of taps and soap dispensers.
Includes a variety of products that can help with medicattion management. Such as pill boxes, storage devices and equipment that can make taking medication easier.
Examples of alarms and reminders that can help with medication management
Examples of devices that can help taking medication easier. It is advised that if you struggle with taking any medication then you need to discuss with your doctor or your local pharmacy.
Useful for general support and when standing up/sitting down. Available in a range of colours, sizes and angles. Seek advice from an Occupational Therapist before buying grab rails.
Includes grab rails that are secured to both the wall and the floor or ceiling. Available in a range of sizes. Seek advice from an Occupational Therapist before buying grab rails.
Includes the equipment that comes within a telecare package, also equipment that can be linked to a telecare system.
This section shows examples of the different types of alarm buttons, pendants and pagers that can come with a telecare package.
Auto diallers usually come with a pendant alarm button which, if activated, will trigger the base unit to phone a short sequence of telephone numbers. Please note, these do not replace recommended telecare careline systems.
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