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Progressive Mobility & Medical |320 Cameron RdWashingtonPA15301 | (724) 228-4568
Progressive Mobility & Medical
320 Cameron Rd
WashingtonPA 15301
 (724) 228-4568

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Home Aid Gifts For The Holidays

Home Aid Gifts For The Holidays

If you know someone who is getting home care assistance or who has some limitations and special needs regarding their mobility, the holidays are a perfect time to get them something that can help them out. It can be a challenge to know what to get someone, so we wanted to help you with some ideas of home aid gifts that you can get someone this year:

  • Waterless Shampoo Comb- To help someone keep their hair clean and neat between their showers, the waterless shampoo comb works without the hassle of a full wash.
  • Stabilizer Air Walker – Recovery from a break, sprain, injury or surgery is often easier for someone if they have a stabilizer air walker boot or ankle support system.
  • Knee Walker- Not everyone can use crutches when they have to keep off their leg, so a knee walker is the perfect mobility tool to give them the mobility they need.
  • Pill Travel Case- Keeping track of medicines can be a challenge for some people, especially when they are on the go, so the travel pill case is a great gift to give.
  • Automatic Door Opener- Motion sensor or remote-controlled door openers can make getting around the house easier for those who do not get around well.
  • Folding Lap Trays- For someone who has mobility limitations, being able to eat in bed or in their recliner is a big perk, and a folding lap tray makes it possible.
  • Walker Foot Guides- Individuals who use walkers and canes may benefit from foot guides to help the walker slide easier or to provide more stability for them.
  • Cup Holders- People who use a wheelchair or scooter could use the convenience of cup holders so they can have their favorite drink handy whenever they need it.

Shower Chairs- Self-care and hygiene can be difficult for some people, so making their care easier with a shower chair can be a great way to help them out with a thoughtful gift.

  • Scooter Baskets- It can be hard to keep up with everything when using a wheelchair or scooter, so a handy basket on the front or back is a great accessory to have on hand.
  • Shower Chairs- Self-care and hygiene can be difficult for some people, so making their care easier with a shower chair can be a great way to help them out with a thoughtful gift.
  • Bathroom Hand Rails- Slips and falls are a major concern for those getting home care. Making sure they have handrails to use in the bathroom is a great way to show you care.
  • Stair and Step Aids-  Sturdy and durable step aids can make simple tasks like getting in and out of bed safer and easier for someone with mobility issues and limitations.
  • Sock and Shoe Aids- It can be hard to get socks and shoes off and on at times. Gifting some aids to make it easier can be the perfect holiday present for someone you know.
  • Reacher and Grabber- Bending and stretching are often problematic for people with mobility issues, so a reacher or grabber can help them avoid slips and falls.

To learn more about the best holiday gifts to give your loved ones with limited mobility, contact us today and let us help you with all your gifting needs.

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