Knee Surgery Tips: It’s important to be consistent with elevating and icing your knee after having knee surgery. Following your surgeon’s post surgery protocol will assist with a speedy recovery.

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Weak grip due to arthritis? Building up silverware helps improve self-feeding skills for those who suffer from weak grip strength due to arthritis. Here’s a helpful hack: Cut a slit into a tennis ball and insert a fork or a

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Need help getting a walker thru a narrow doorway? If your wheeled walker has its front two wheels on the outside of the walker, switching them will put the wheels on the inside of the walker giving you and extra

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Conserve your energy by putting frequently used items on the counter for easy access. In the bathroom or in the kitchen, grabbing an item off the counter instead of reaching up or bending down in a cabinet cannot only help

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The Mobility Towel helps people with arthritis dry off after bathing. This bath towel has large loops that allows people with weak grip to easily hold or hang from the wrist. It also has small weights sewn into the hem

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Need help with buttons for getting dressed? A Button hook can maintain dignity and independence with dressing by assisting with buttoning and unbuttoning buttons on shirts, blouses and pants. Button extenders add a little more space between the button and

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Having difficulty getting out of a rocker recliner? Place a stack of books, a couple of pieces of wood or hand weights under both front edges of the frame of the chair (not under the base)! This will stop the

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How to help keep water off the floor when using a bath bench:

  1. Start with an inexpensive shower curtain
  2. Cut a ‘V’ into the shower curtain
  3. Thread the ‘V’ into the space of the seat on the bench
  4. Place a

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Here’s a helpful tip for people with tremors: Place a light wrist weight around the wrist of the hand used most frequently during meals. Decreasing tremors during meals will help the individual get more food and drink in their mouth

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