This buyer’s guide full of effective senior care products will make your daily life easier, more enjoyable and more convenient. These devices designed for specific parts of the house (and outside) and for different functions. From bathroom aids and garden tools to kitchen gadgets and healthcare products, there are plenty of aids that can help our older adults go about their daily routine safely and easily.
What is Parkinson's Disease? And what causes the disease? Those living with Parkinson's disease face challenges in their daily life caused by symptoms like tremors, stiffness, slowing motion, and unbalance. As the disease progresses, it can turn your daily tasks—such as eating, bathing, working in the kitchen and walking—into daunting chores. Assistive devices can make these tasks easier so you feel more confident.
If you or a loved one are affected by Parkinson’s Disease, you might wonder how this coronavirus can affect you. There is a lot to wrap your head around, both physically and mentally. We want to encourage a positive frame of mind and extend extra mindfulness and compassion with some self-care techniques especially for Parkinson's disease patients.
Choosing the perfect gift for your ageing parent, grandparent friend or loved one can be difficult. Elderly love staying independent and maintaining their quality of life, so below we discuss some gift ideas that will assist them with basics in and around the house. This blog will give you inspiration for great Christmas gifts!
Raised toilet seats are a practical solution for our loved ones with reduced mobility and strength. They help by increasing the height of standard toilet seat thereby reducing the efforts and sometimes the pain associated with using the toilet. Find out all the details in this blog.
One of the challenges that are commonly experienced but rarely addressed by bariatric users, is using the toilet and achieving a good clean thanks to wiping. We introduce you to the bottom wiper, a toilet wiping aid for obese individuals.
A stabilising spoon is a technologically advanced form of cutlery which has been designed as an eating aid. It is manufactured for those people who have shaky hands or limited mobility in their hands as they are no longer able to use normal cutlery due to their physical limitations.
Some of the classic symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes alongside frequent urination, dry mouth, sudden weight loss, and itchy skin are intense thirst, blurry vision or feeling tired. Read all the warning signs of it in this article.