Assistive Technology (AT), for some, can be associated with words like complex and expensive. Today, I want to show you that AT can be simple and inexpensive!
If you have difficulty getting in and out of your car seat, check out the swivel seat. (Approximately $20)
To ease stepping in and out of the bathtub or shower, and to provide added stability, the suction cup grab bar is a quick fix! (Approximately $15)
If bending over and putting socks on is difficult, you might find a sock aid to be the AT you need. (Approximately $16)
Elastic Shoelaces could also come in handy. Keep your shoes tied all the time – all you need to do is slip your feet into your shoes! (Approximately $6)
Need an adapted pen? Check out the various options:
- Pen Again (Approximately $5)
- Ring Pen (Approximately $8)
- Steady Write Pen (Approximately $10)
If you need help in the kitchen with cutting, look at this rocker knife. (Approximately $20)
If clipping fingernails or toenails is challenging this nail clipper might be the answer since it is mounted and has a suction base. (Approximately $16)
Hate struggling with the tube of toothpaste? See how the Touch Me Toothpaste Dispenser can help. (Approximately $12)
For help enlarging text, try a simple magnifier with a light. (Approximately $15)
If you would like to find out more about AT, feel free to contact IPAT by calling 1.800.895.4728!
*Prices are approximate and can vary.*