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Dressing aides help you get dressed when you’ve lost the use of the arms or you can’t bend. Here are some of the best dressing aides from my article: Simple Devices to Help Dress and Undress with Pants, Shoes & Socks (pics).
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use the Norco Sock Aid with one or with two hands. The foam core prevents the sock from falling off as you pull the ropes. Easy to use but does require some hand strength, as do all pull-on sock aids.
The Good Grips Button Hooks has an easy-to-hold rubber handle. Push the hook through the button hole, grab the button and pull it through the hole. For people with arthritis.
The Red Pocket has three button and one zipper hook. The zipper hook also unties shoelaces.
Use the Wing Pants Dressing Aid to pull on pants or underpants. This makes it much easier to pull up clothing onto the legs. You can use it sitting or standing, and caregivers can help you with it as well.
RMS 7 piece hip kit includes Each kit includes the Sock Aid with Foam Handles, Long Handle Contoured Sponge, Dressing Stick, Stainless Steel Shoe Horn 24 inch, 2 pair Black elastic shoe laces, 2 pair White elastic shoelaces, and the KE Deluxe 26 inch Reacher.
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