Senior Care Products

This webpage provides a list of assistive devices to allow elderly people to have an as independent life as they can, including vision and hearing assistive devices among many others. 

Assistive devices for:

- Bathroom and bathing
- Bedroom and sleeping
- Exercise and fitness
- Health and medical supplies
- Home and household
- Incontinence
- Kitchen and eating
- Leisure and recreation
- Medical alert system
- Mobility
- Organization tools
- Personal care and dressing
- Security, safety and falls
- Vision and hearing

Date: 01/01/2014
Author: AgingCare
Organization: AgingCare
Only for Members: No
Content type: Tools
Tags: technology, deaf people, disabilities, quality of life, aids, quality improvement, blindness, health, cochlear implants, hearing impaired, sensory disabilities, best practices, daily living skills, wellbeing, low vision, mobility, visually impaired, amplification, senior generation, hearing loss
Categories: Aids & Appliances, Medical & Functions, Skills, Daily living, Leisure, Mobility, Sensory