Bedside Beverage Holder by Aids to Daily Living. $36.99. Clamps onto any tubular bed frame, wheelchair frame, or other tubular frame with a diameter of 3/4 to 1¨ (1.9 to 2.5 cm). Most glasses or cups will fit into the plastic holder, even those with handles. It can also hold a beverage can or bottle. An 11¨ (28 cm) long flexible, chromeplated gooseneck makes positioning of the cup holder easy
Accu-Grips Wheelchair Grips. The Accu-Grips are much-needed, state-of-the art wheelchair grips that replace the existing leg rest and wheel lock grips on manual wheelchairs. The unique design and bright yellow color enable wheelchair users and their caregivers to more readily locate the grips. Pinned by ottoolkit.com your source for geriatric occupational therapy resources.
handSteady Cup Introducing the world’s first cup with a rotatable handle. Makes drinking easier by removing the need to twist your wrist, raise your elbow or lean your head back as far. Pinned by ottoolkit.com your source for geriatric OT resources.
Bed safety rail with swing-out legs and arm is a standing aid for elderly that provides support and stability when getting up to a standing position from bed. Includes 4 pocket organizer, good for wheelchair use too.
A patient lift is an automatic tool that is utilized by healthcare professionals and caregivers to move physically disabled individuals for a bed to a chair, wheelchair or toilet when the disabled individual is immobile. They can also be used to assist in standing from a seated position. Manual versions have hydraulic cylinders and a hand pump while the powered lifts utilize rechargeable battery packs and a push button hand control.
This deluxe beach chair with an attached umbrella even extends into a chaise for maximum sunbathing comfort. It also comes with tons of storage room, including an insulated pocket for snacks, as well as a cup holder for cool beverages.
#migraine, #headache, I'm going to try this. Have a headache/migraine? Submerge your feet and hands in hot/warm water and put a bag of frozen peas at the base of your skull. The heat on your extremities pulls the blood from your head relieving some/all of your headache.