Door Openers Can Be Affordable
Posted by Chris on 5/12/2020 to Around The House
One of the primary limitations for those of us in wheelchairs is a simple daily activity many people take for granted: opening the door. To live independently, you need to be able to open the door, especially when you are by yourself and need to
Don’t Get Beat by the Summer Heat
Technology and the Aging Population
Technology: You can't get away from it! For most people, it's a love-hate relationship — you can't live with it but you can't live without it! The older generation, in particular, has increasingly begun to understand the need and necessity of 'getting with the program' when it comes to modern day technology - even if it means an ongoing refusal to get an email account.
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A Little Help Equals a Big Difference
We have reachers for many occasions and uses
From the dawn of civilization, sticks have been one of the most beloved tools of mankind. As Teddy Roosevelt used to say, "Speak softly and carry a big stick."
While we discourage violent force, we must admit sticks are useful for doing just about anything, including reaching objects and gaining leverage. Using one of our reachers are a little like having a good stick but with added state-of-the-art technology.
Solving Problems Around the House for Seniors
How to Benefit from Pure Full-Spectrum Light
You know the feeling you get when you draw back the curtains and let the bright daylight flood the room? It instantly brightens our mood and lifts our spirits. The fact is that natural daylight uses colors from all across the spectrum to produce balanced, “white” light. The typical light bulb uses mostly the red, orange, and yellow colors of the spectrum. Because of this, they lack the balance of “full-spectrum” light and are more tiring on the eyes. We’re going to explore the benefits of full-spectrum light and how you can improve the lighting in your home.
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Golden Gadgets for Older Adults
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Key lever: Older Americans with dexterity problems can have a hard time turning the key in a lock. The lever allows locks to be opened easily and quickly without finger or wrist pain. Up to four standard keys can be inserted and stored into the four arms.