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Many people with arthritis, long term conditions or early dementia still want to live independently and maintain an active lifestyle. The right daily living aids can help them to do this.
Around the Home
Everyday actions and domestic tasks can become more difficult with age or certain medical conditions. Whichever room you're in and whatever age you are, help is at hand.
Maintaining personal hygiene is essential for retaining dignity. Choosing the right aids makes bathing easier, safer and more comfortable.
Living with Dementia
Purpose designed products to improve the quality of life for people with dementia, including high visibility signage, door decals in a range of different colours and memory boxes.
High visibility signage helps people with dementia to orientate themselves more easily and retain their independence for longer.
Health and Wellbeing
Staying active and exercising regularly are important for a healthier lifestyle. For extra reassurance, you can keep check with a cholesterol monitor or body composition analyser.
Traditional walking sticks, adjustable crutches, lightweight walking frames, rollators, wheelchairs and electric scooters - we have a range of stylish, practical solutions.
Going to the toilet can be a source of anxiety. We offer a wide range of support products which can make the toilet more comfortable to use and help with continence management.
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