'Lastic Laces are coiled elastic shoelaces designed to convert any shoe to a slip on for people who have difficulty tying shoes. The user simply laces the shoe and pulls the laces to the desired tension.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 04/2006) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The 23.5-Inch Shoehorn and the 30-Inch Shoehorn are long-handled shoe horns designed for use by individuals who have disabilities which prevent bending or stretching to put on shoes.
The Ableware Deluxe Flexible Sock and Stocking Aid is designed for use by individuals with arthritis or lower extremity or mobility disabilities. This aid has a flexible plastic core with a three-finger design.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/96) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Rolyan ADL (Activities of Daily Living) Training Set is a three-piece dressing activity apron consisting of a vest panel, a back panel, and training shorts.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Device to help pull on a sock for a person with insufficient knee bend to reach the foot. Materials include heavy paper (the weight of a file folder), a yard or so of twill tape and 2 stocking garters.
The Assistive Device Kit, model A665322, is a long-handled sponge, long-handled shoe horn, and a reacher designed for use by individuals with reduced reaching capabilities, including individuals with upper extremity and mobility disabilities.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/93) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Extended shoehorn is 23 1/4 inches long from grip handle to shoehorn tip. Trigger retracts half round shield allowing shoehorn to enter shoe.
DISCONTINUED. VERIFIED 5/2012. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Ball Universal Buttoner, model E80602, is a buttonaid designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 02/93) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Buttons for people with limited manual dexterity. 7/16 inches wide. 7/8 inches long. One end is round with 4 holes for sewing onto garment.
This Bracelet Assistant is designed for those individuals who have a debilitating condition that affects their fine motor skills and/or use of their hands. Also would benefit individuals with poor dexterity, perhaps those who have arthritis.