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Seating and Adaptation Equipment for pHD's in PDF from HD UK http://www.hda.org.uk/charity/download.html

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Adaptive Equipment - An Illustrated Guide
http://www.rehabnet.com/Guides/adapequip.htm#Hygiene
A brief illustrated guide to commonly used adaptive equipment for self care, feeding, bathing and hygiene.

For people who have difficulty performing daily tasks (e.g. feeding, washing or dressing) secondary to physical impairment, adaptive equipment may enable independence. The following illustrated monograph is written to provide an introduction to examples of such adaptive devices.

Contents:

Hygiene
    Tooth Brushing (limited hand strength)
    Upper body washing
    The Universal Cuff

Dressing
    Reaching assist
    Putting on Socks without bending
    Use of a dressing stick
    Zippering/buttoning with poor hand dexterity

Feeding
    Scooping food with one hand
    Cutting food with one hand
    Managing a feeding utensil with poor hand strength

Bathing
    Tub and Shower Adaptation


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Plate Warmers
Another handy timesaver, the plate warmers are specially designed mats that can heat you plates in under thirty seconds.  Just place the micromats between the plates and microwave on full power for 30 seconds per mat - it's that simple. Amazingly, you plates will stay warm for up to half an hour, putting your hot plates where you need them, when you want them. This product is a safe, clean, simple way to make your life easier.
Special Internet Price 9.99 - $14.99
http://www.waveware.ie/intro.html
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