Bathing / Dressing Aids - Tips / Hints About Making Grooming Easier
Dressing Aids for Arthritis Patients
Dressing aids are useful tools that help compensate for limited range of motion. It can be difficult to bend and reach to put on shirts, pants, socks, and shoes when you have joint pain caused by arthritis. Dressing aids include dressing sticks, sock aids, hip kits and more. Here are some for you to consider. You will likely wonder how you...
What Is an Arthritis Bra?
Women with arthritis in their upper extremities may have difficulty putting on a bra. Consider these arthritis bras.
Top Bathtub Transfer Benches
Getting into the shower can be an enormous problem for people with physical limitations. Mobility problems can often be overcome with the use of a bathtub transfer bench.
How To Create A Home Spa For People With Disabilities
Bathing can be stressful for people with disabilities or limited mobility. These simple techniques can help you create a home spa experience that makes bath time relaxing and pleasurable.
Top Raised Toilet Seats
Raised toilet seats help people with arthritis and other physical limitations.
Bathroom Safety and Toileting Safety
People with a wide variety of physical and mental impairments may require some modification of the physical environment to improve safe access to the toilet. Bathrooms should be modified to compensate for the person's altered mobility.
Dressing and Arthritis by Megan Belton
The morning is generally a hard time for persons who suffer from rheumatoid arthritis. Several tips to help people get dressed without using too much of their energy or damaging their joints, from D'Youville College.
Top Electric Toothbrushes
An electric toothbrush is an essential assistive device for people with arthritis.
Bathing and Grooming with Arthritis by Megan Belton
Bathing and Grooming tasks can require a tremendous energy, especially in the morning when people with rheumatoid arthritis generally do not have a lot of energy to begin with, from D'Youville College.
Personal Hygiene - Arthritis and Personal Hygiene
Some things are tough to talk about. You squirm in your seat if asked about it. Personal hygiene is one of those things. People with arthritis and physical limitations can have difficulty with personal hygiene but there are products and assistive devices to help.