Reaching aids may be used as assistive tools to help you put on your clothes. These devices have gripping jaws at one end and a handle with a trigger at the other. The trigger is used to close or open the jaws, thus extending the user’s reach. Using an aluminium reacher is a good option for many, as it is light in weight while still being strong and rigid. A handy reacher like this is great for pulling up trousers from the floor, or reaching over your shoulder to pull clothing over you. If you need to fit your dressing aid into a handbag, a folding reacher may be a good choice as it folds in half, saving space.
Reaching aids may be used as assistive tools to help you put on your clothes. These devices have gripping jaws at one end and a handle with a trigger at the other. The
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- Vat ExemptA useful dressing aid that can make putting on clothes easier for people with restrictions.
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