A range of one handed hair ties made of elastic and a plastic toggle. They assist a person with the use of one hand to tie their hair into a pony tail, or use as a head band. They are available in a range of colours and with various decorative accessories.
Some shavers will be easier than others for people with a disability to use independently and consideration should be given to their features when buying a new shaver.
This long back scrubber is made of soft bristles and has a handle at each end. It is designed for massaging and cleaning the back. It can also be used on the soles of the feet while seated or lying in the bath. The opposite side of Back Spa has ''bumps'' for massaging.
A towel and washer compacted into small disks for convenience of storage and carrying. When required, they are placed in water and grow to a normal size within minutes. The wash cloth is available in various colours.
This toilet hygiene aid features a long curved handle with a soft, flexible head that grips any tissue or pre moistened wipe securely. It releases the paper with the push of a button located on the handle.
A waterless, rinse free system consisting of a disposable cap with inbuilt shampoo and conditioner. The contents are massaged through the wearer's hair.
A circular mirror suspended on a chrome metal stand. One side of the mirror provides a normal viewing image, the other side gives a 5X magnified image. The mirror is adjustable in angle.
A toothbrush with three rows of curved bristles to clean tooth surfaces and massage the gums at the same time. The outer, longer bristles are soft and curved to clean the sides of the teeth and gums, while the centre bristles are firm and short to clean the tops of the teeth. Available in five models.
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