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Living with Arthritis

What is Arthritis?

Arthritis is a condition that affects the joints, causing pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility. While it can be challenging, there are many daily living aids available that can help individuals with arthritis live more independently and comfortably for longer.

These aids are designed to reduce the strain on joints and make daily tasks easier to perform.

Here are some examples of daily living aids that can be beneficial for people with arthritis arthritis:

  • Ergonomic tools: Tools with larger handles or grips that are easy to hold and require less force to use. This includes kitchen utensils, gardening tools, and writing instruments.
  • Reacher/Grabber: A grabber tool helps individuals pick up objects from the floor, reach items on high shelves, or grab things that are otherwise out of reach, reducing the need for bending or stretching.
  • Sock Aids: A sock aid assists in putting on socks without the need to bend over excessively, making it easier for individuals with limited mobility or flexibility.
  • Shoehorn: A shoehorn aids in slipping shoes on without excessive bending and reduces the strain on arthritic joints in the feet.
  • Bathroom products: Toilet seat raisers, long handled shower/bath sponges, bath boards and easy grip scissors/nail clippers can make personal care easier and safer.
  • Walking aids: walking sticks, can help individuals with arthritis maintain balance and reduce pressure on weight bearing joints.
  • Grip Toggle: provides a comfortable and secure grip on many household items. It doesn't trap your hand uncomfortably, making it a superior adaptive aid.

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It's essential to consult with a healthcare professional or occupational therapist to determine the most suitable daily living aids based on an individual's specific needs and the severity of their arthritis.

Additionally, regular exercise and physical therapy can also play a crucial role in managing arthritis and maintaining independence for as long as possible.

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