Sammons Preston Buttoner-Zipper Pull, Hand Cuff for Getting Dressed, Independent Dressing Tool for Limited Mobility, Hook Buttoner and Zipper Puller for Coats, Dress Shirts, Polos, Jackets

July 10, 2019 - Comment

For over 50 years, Sammons Preston has been the premier brand in aids to daily living and home care devices. Sammons Preston products are adaptive living aids that help people cope with their environment. Whether you are a Therapist or patient, someone with special needs, or just have a need to make life easier and

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For over 50 years, Sammons Preston has been the premier brand in aids to daily living and home care devices. Sammons Preston products are adaptive living aids that help people cope with their environment. Whether you are a Therapist or patient, someone with special needs, or just have a need to make life easier and more accessible, Sammons Preston products can help you. Occupational Therapists, physical Therapists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals rely on Sammons Preston adaptive utensils, adaptive plates and silverware, nosey cups, reaches and grabbers, grab bars, sock pullers, shoe horns, dressing sticks, hip kits, leg lifters, back scrubbers, gait belts, wheelchair belts, trays, and wheelchair accessories. These are the same high quality professional products used in hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes.

Product Features

  • Hand cuff designed for independent dressing, features a combination button hook and zipper pull
  • Bendable metals cuff coated with plastic contours to fit the hand for comfortable use
  • Button hooking loop and zipper pull hook are made of stainless steel for durability and long-term use
  • 2-In-1 dressing aid is the ideal solution for the elderly, disabled, and handicapped who struggle to dress independently
  • Non latex puller assists those with limited hand and finger function by making pulling zippers and buttoning buttons easier

Comments

Anonymous says:

Four Stars Product quality isn’t what it used to be

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