Tips and Aids for Living with Arthritis
According to Arthritis Australia, 3.9 million Australians have Arthritis. That’s 1 in 6 people.1 This is an alarming rate of people who live with chronic pain and stiffness. Research ...
Colour My World
Adam’s Story It was Labour Day weekend and my sister, Jenny, and I decided to pay our parents a visit. Jenny and I were watching tv downstairs when my mum called for help. I immediatel...
Don’t Risk the Wrist
Because your wrists help you move around and perform certain day-to-day tasks. A compromised wrist can result in grave injuries or can hinder you from working or doing things that you like. Use assistive devices so that there’s no need for you to bear and grin.
Falls can be prevented
We all tried our best to make things easier for her. From eating to bathing, we were always at arms ready to help her perform tasks. At the same time, we made sure the house was safe so that it won’t ever happen again.
Tips for Families Living with Dementia
Using aids for daily living can significantly provide your loved one comfort and ease when performing day-to-day tasks.
Are you experiencing Memory Problems?
Have you been experiencing memory problems? Have you been noticing your memory is working a little bit slower than it used to? You know, memory problems seem to be affecting more people ...
What Is Happening To My Memory?

Do not keep ignoring your memory problems or pretend they are not happening or joke about it saying “I must be getting Alzheimer’s Disease”- this is not a joke.

Silicone Rubber - The Preferred Choice for Daily Living Aids
Silicone rubber is becoming a popular choice in this, due to the many positive features the material carries.