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Do More with an Adapted Workspace

Productivity buffs know that your workflow and your workspace are two critical areas to get right if you want to get more done. If you have a disability or physical impairment, you might find your workspace working against you. Equipped with the right accessories, however, you can turn it into a help instead of a hindrance.
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Display handicap tags, tackle parking lot heartache

Those with mobility limitations have to go places just like everyone else, but there are often more steps to take and more obstacles along the way. It is important for those with disabilities to use handicap parking and to display their handicap tags as state laws require. Here are some products you can buy to make your daily commutes and errands, as well as larger trips, easier and safer.
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Enjoy these tools for National Craft Month

March is National Craft Month, and we here at The Wright Stuff want to wish you happy crafting. The coming spring air is already getting the creative juices flowing for those of us who enjoy making things with our own hands, and our physical limitations need not prevent us from pursuing our favorite hobbies.
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Getting the right hospital table: Aspects to consider

For those of us with mobility limitations, especially those of us with muscle weakness, one fixture we rely on most is the table. Without a table or tray to rest items on or to write on, it becomes very difficult to eat or do other activities.
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Celebrate July 4th with Ice Cream and Freedom Dinnerware

July is a very special month for Americans. We come together with friends, family, and (often times) complete strangers to celebrate our freedom and our nation’s birthday. Fireworks sparkle and faces light up. And in true American style, we throw the burgers on the grill and prepare the quintessential summer delight–ice cream. In fact, partaking of ice cream is such an important summer tradition that President Ronald Reagan officially declared the month of July to be National Ice Cream Month. And we at The Wright Stuff wholeheartedly agree. That’s why we put together this collection of adapted dishes and utensils that will help you enjoy this delectable treat.
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Buy Big in America

This news story featured the products and businesses listed on PlusSizeYellowPages.com. This is the first of the “Plus Size Yellow Pages Road Show”. Kelly is presenting on news and magazine shows nationwide. To see the list of products that Kelly brought to TV --"Buy Big in America" on Your Morning on CN8 on 5/25/06 and on NBC in Baltimore on 7/2/06 Click Here
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A Better Reading Experience with Reading Aids

August is National Eye Exam Month, a time when people are reminded about the importance of having their vision checked and ways to improve their vision. Vision problems can be very different depending on the individual. Maybe you have trouble reading for long periods of time. Or perhaps you find that you are constantly straining to read labels, instructions, and similar bits of print. In this article, we’re going to look at several inexpensive ways to cope with these vision challenges.
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Bridging the Gap Benefit Walk

The Wright Stuff Inc. was a proud sponsor of LIFE (Living Independence for Everyone) of Mississippi’s 3rd annual fund-raising event benefiting Mississippians with Disabilities, was held Saturday, October 30, 2010.
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The Benefits of Physical Therapy for Seniors

October is National Physical Therapy Month. We know the power that physical therapy holds for all kinds of patients, especially seniors. Seniors face a decline of overall health as part of the aging process, and also from various medical conditions. Fortunately, physical therapy provides a measure of relief from pain, supplemental treatment of several common health conditions affecting seniors, and a reduced risk of falling.
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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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Autism Awareness Month 2014: Check out intervention tools

Among the many disability-related areas highlighted during April, this month has been designated Autism Awareness Month. While our products are geared toward those with mobility limitations, we are excited about all the recent progress in autism intervention techniques, and we would like to share some products we think would be helpful for those of you impacted by autism.
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The Arthritic Person’s Essential Guide to Getting Ready Every Day

Everyone needs their personal space. While most people have a social side, there is a time and a place for strictly personal functions. A warm bath or shower. Or dressing in the morning. Or drying one's hair or clipping nails.

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Hand, bed rails that are there only when you need them

Part of what we do here at The Wright Stuff is help people find the products they need to do safe transfers. Transferring safely between the bed and chair or a chair and the shower is important to prevent falls that could result in everything from pesky bruises to serious injuries. For many, it is important to have something to hold on to at all times, such as bed rails and stair rails, to provide extra balance.
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ALS-Friendly Cups For Easy Swallowing

Since the ALS Ice Bucket Campaign of 2014, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a.k.a. Lou Gehrig’s disease, has soared in the public consciousness. In observance of ALS Awareness Month, let’s take a look at some products we offer to make the daily living activity of drinking easier for people with ALS or other progressive neuromuscular disorders.
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Welcome to our online store

Welcome to our online store! Our team is proud to announce that we're now open for business, and we look forward to serving you all in the future. If you have any questions about this store or the products found within, please don't hesitate to contact us any time. Our website has been carefully designed to provide you with an amazingly flexible online shopping experience, and its ease of navigation is something we think you'll grow to depend on and appreciate. Feel free to browse our entire product catalog, and let us know if you have any questions, comments or concerns about the items housed within. Our team is always ready and willing to assist our customers, and we are happy for your visit.
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Visiting the Library--Independently

Seniors and others suffering from arthritis often find themselves housebound. If they are fortunate enough, they may have a good network of relatives or caregivers available to shuttle them to shops, restaurants, and doctor's appointments.

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Myths and Facts About Arthritis Treatment Solutions

Because arthritis affects so many people, there are many misconceptions about effective treatments for this often debilitating condition. We would like to clear up a few misguided ideas about arthritis treatments, and hopefully pave the way to healthy solutions for persons who suffer from arthritis.
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Q: Is Arthritis Curable?

A: No. But Effective Treatment is Available.

In instances, it appears that some types of arthritis can be curable. Persons who develop a special type of arthritis caused by Lyme disease (which results from Lyme disease) may be cured by penicillin injections.

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