Assistive Products, Independent Living

Assistive Products

Allegro Medical Supplies
Full Line Of Medical, Accessibility, and Assistive Products; Daily Living Aids; Personal

Bruno Independent Living Aids, Inc.
Bruno helps keep homes, vehicles and businesses friendly for people with mobility challenges.
Turning Automotive Seating, Stairlifts, and more

Independent Living Aids, Inc.
Products for Your Active, Independent Life
Independent Living Aids — Products for Independent Living
Assistive products to support your healthy, active and independent lifestyle

Sammons Preston
Sammons Preston is a brand of Patterson medical that manufactures rehab and fitness products..

Reusable Silicone Straws

Extra-wide reusable drinking straws

Here is a product that might be useful for some who have difficulty drinking from cups. These drinking straws are made of BPA-free silicone, certified by the FDA to be also food grade, odorless silicone. They are very durable and reusable.
Amazon UK
Amazon USA


Medication Reminders

e-pill® Medication Reminders
Practical Medication Adherence devices such as Automatic Pill Dispensers, Alarm Watches, and Pill Boxes with Alarm
Pill dispensers, pill reminders, and alarm watch products


Aid for Constipation

Ergonomic toilet stool that allows proper positioning for elimination, very helpful for those with constipation

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Buck & Buck — quality clothing
Families and caregivers nationwide rely on Buck & Buck for adaptive clothing that can make dressing easier for a loved one.
Tel: 800-458-0600, Monday-Friday, 6:00-5:00 pacific time

Wardrobe Wagon — adaptive and special needs clothing
Complete selection of adaptive clothing for seniors. From anti-strip clothing to back snap undergarments, our stock includes it all.
Tel: 800-WWCARES (1-800-221-8929)

Comments 4

  1. Ann Dunne
    April 25, 2018

    What about mugs ? serviettes that you can attach on to the Sufferers ?

  2. Christy Carruthers
    November 9, 2018

    Wow-this is such a great resource for aids and assistive devices for Parkinson’s. I had never seen the swivel, motorized passenger car chair (Bruno). Once our Parkinson’s person can’t get in or out of the car, that ends the transportation possibility- Even getting to the doctor’s office can be impossible. Of course I didn’t check the price-probably sticker shock but at least that option is a possibility. Thanks for all the research and hard work that went into vetting this extensive resource list! We will use it for our caregivers’ meeting.

    1. Kathrynne holden
      November 9, 2018

      I truly hope it can help others, Christy, and thanks for your kind words!

  3. Barbara Smith
    November 19, 2018

    Hi Kathrynne,
    Remember me from CSU? Diet & Disease was a course I taught regularly. I’m so proud of what you have accomplished in your career! It turns out I was dx with PD 18 years ago. I’m now active in the Parkinson’s Support Group in Larimer County, which draws close to 100 attendees, including care partners. Our Leadership Team is clamoring for a presentation on nutrition. They have tentatively scheduled this topic for January 5, 2019. Although I understand that you are retired now, i’m contacting you anyway on the remote hope that you might consider returning to your alma mater town to grace us with a nutrition presentation! As a non-profit organization, we generally lack funds for a speaker’s fee but would at least reimburse travel expenses. It would be a real honor and pleasure to see you again after all these years and to learn from your years of experience! Please let me know your thoughts. Thank you!

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