Daily living aids can help in many ways around the home and garden and can reduce the potential for strains and injury, to just making ordinary tasks a little easier.
The need for daily living aids can be due to a number of reasons, but they can be applicable for many people, not just those who have a disability or who have age related weakness.
Daily living aids can range from very simple devices, such as jar openers or long handled brush and pans, to aids such as kneeling pads that can save strain and injury to the knees in the garden. It is well worth a browse through any range of products and can be surprising to see the sheer range and innovation on display.
So which products can really help you this Autumn. The Circulation Enhancer is a useful device, especially as the colder weather takes a hold. With rising fuel bills it is essential to keep the circulation of the lower limbs and the circulation booster has a number of settings to get the blood flowing, stimulating the veins to boost blood flow and oxygen distribution to the muscles.
Out in the garden, the Wheeled Gardening seat allows the user to get down low enough to pick up leaves and weed the garden whilst saving the knees and back from potential injury.
If you need to clean the house up before Christmas, then the Soft Chenille Fabric Telescopic Duster will allow you to reach harder to access areas in the home.
You can read about these products and many others on our website www.mobilitysmart.cc we also have some great gift ideas that can be delivered in time for Christmas.