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What are Daily Living Aids?

Daily Living Aids (also known as Aids for Daily Living) are exactly as they sound. Designed to encourage independence and safe living, each item is capable of assisting a person with a specific task during the day.

 

Every Daily Living Aid is geared toward a specific purpose. There are reachers for easy arm extension, which allow a person to acquire an object without having to stand on a stool and increase their risk of falling, or injuring a healing muscle. There are also dressing aids to help put on socks, and specially-designed eating utensils that help get food from plate to mouth easily. Even shoe horns, though used by many in everyday life situations, are considered a Daily Living Aid.

 

Each item allows the user the ability to continue performing day-to-day tasks that, all of a sudden, have become difficult. Many of our nation’s elderly are at risk for falls or other bodily injury because they sometimes push themselves to accomplish tasks too difficult for their bodies to handle. When it comes to home safety, many need assistance but are afraid to ask for it, or don’t want to be a bother.

 

Daily Living Aids are able to help these users without making them feel as though they are bothering someone, or taking time out of their already busy day. Daily Living Aids also help support family and caregiver, by giving them peace of mind that their loved one isn’t standing on a wobbly stool trying to get something off of a shelf. Instead, she is using her reacher and standing on the stable floor.

 

To learn more about Daily Living Aids, check out our Top 10 Daily Living Aids list. Find out what the most popular tools for home independence are. You can find any of the above mentioned products on our website, as well as dressing kits, zipper pulls, sock applicators, and more. For assistance, feel free to call 1-888-687-4334 to speak with a knowledgeable Medical Supply Professional.

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