The PurrFect Gripper Jar and Bottle Opener is pretty cool and all in one tool for anyone with grasping, upper extremity disabilities, or arthritis. It features a cat-shaped head at one end and is designed to fit around the twist top of water or soda bottles to aid in opening them. The body end of this cat-shaped opener is flexible and designed to fit around jar lids of all sizes. Other features include a serrated packaging cutter between the cat’s ears, and a built-in magnet that holds it on the refrigerator.
This adapter turns any kitchen or bathroom faucet into a hands-free faucet. The unit features a built-in infrared sensor that automatically turns the water on when hand movement is detected in front of the fixture. The water stays on only as long as the sensor is activated, eliminating unattended running water. This adapter fits all standard faucets and installs without the need for a plumber.
These Microwave Grips, are actually designed for people with disabilities. They will help someone with limited hand strength to securely transfer hot or warm dishes from the microwave to the kitchen counter, kitchen table, or to a serving tray, etc. Made of heat resistant silicone. Raised ridges and bumps are designed to give the user a secure, comfortable hold.
These no slip socks are a great slipper alternative. When I don’t have time to put on my leg braces, (quick trips to the bathroom or when letting my dogs out) I throw them on and feel secure I won’t slip and fall. I also use them for pilates class. The non-skid material doesn’t hurt my feet and they come to mid ankle. Bonus Tip : If your orthotics tend to move around in your shoes, stop them from moving by wearing non-slip socks like these.
Ok, she can’t do that, but she can do other helpful things. When my hands hurt from neuropathy or too much typing, I simply ask Alexa to do tasks like setting a kitchen timor to letting me know what time a movie is playing at my local theater. Alexa will also turn off lamps, read books out loud & of course, shop and purchase groceries and other items on Amazon. If you have a disability and don’t already an Amazon Alexa, you’ll love her.