Using appropriate equipment for stroke survivors can be a vital part of recovery from the condition.
It can range from large modifications of the living environment, to small daily living aids which include adapted cutlery and crockery.
Walking aids like sticks, zimmer frames and wheeled walkers can often be useful - these can all be found in our Mobility section.
Depending on the nature of the neurological damage, the installation of ramps around the home might be necessary.
Reaching aids can be useful pieces of equipment for stroke survivors.
With reduced flexibility, these devices allow the user to grab items otherwise out of their grasp.
Many stroke survivors suffer with reduced dexterity in one of the hands.
This may necessitate eating and preparing food with just one hand.
Essentialiads.com has various utensils to assist those in this situation, all contained with our Kitchen Aids section.