Dressing and undressing

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Dressing and undressing

Dressing and undressing aids can offer you a lot of extra comfort.

Being able to dress and undress is after all an important activity in daily life that you would like to continue independently! It is always nice to be able to put on your clothes at your own pace and independently of someone else. In dress-up aids you can think of stockings attractors, assistants to put on your shirt, pants or jacket. But also useful tools for putting on bras and briefs or underpants.

These devices are very often recommended for people with rheumatism, limited motor skills such as reduced hand function or insufficient strength in the hands and fingers.

What kind of dress up tools exist?

1. Trouser pullers

The daily act to put on your pants can be a huge burden for many. Fortunately, there is the invention of the ' sliplift '. This recent invention ensures that you can easily put on your pants through an iron frame.

2. Stocking and support stocking attracting aids

Thuiszorg Webshop has a very extensive range of (support) stocking donation aids . This is because it is a common problem that can be solved by means of a handy tool. With these tools you need much less strength , and you can put on or take off your stockings in an ergonomically responsible way . We have them in all sorts of sizes and colors, each with its own fair price.

Did you know? For people who put on and off support stockings on a daily basis, you can use a support stocking pull aid in combination with an anti-slip mat . You put them on the floor on your bed, or where you put on your stockings. After you put the stocking on, you can rub your foot over the anti-slip mat to get all the folds out. Even non-slip gloves do wonders here.

3. Shoe attracting aids

Not only the well-known extended shoehorn or shoe puller but also special elastic laces and spiral laces make it easier to put on the shoes.

Did you know? For people who have difficulties to tie shoelaces, the innovative 'spiral or curl shoelaces' exist. You never have to knot this and move with your foot. Elastic shoelaces, on the other hand, must never be touched once they have been tied, because that's how you made a 'slip on shoe' that simply moves when you place your foot in it.

4. Shirt or jacket pull aid

For shirts we also have a lot of 'handy assistants'; such as a button hook , robe sticks , ring / zip pullers etc. These tools ensure that you can do with limited movements and little strength still difficult daily operations. So you no longer have the finest motor skills in your fingers to close the buttons of a shirt or move a zipper up and down. Or you no longer have to use the left hand to the right shoulder blade to take off your shirt.

  • The dress up canes are available in different sizes. This type of tool increases the scope needed for dressing. A dressing stick makes it easy to put on and take off jackets and trousers and the pulling of socks is possible without bending over. For example, arms, wrists and shoulders are not overloaded and you can dress without additional complaints.

  • The button hook helps you to get buttons through the hole of the shirt or jacket.

5. Tightening aid for the bra

The Bra help helps women who have only one functioning hand. In the video below you can see how this can be used. This tool is universal: this means that it can be used for all types of bras.

Who can use this kind of dressing tools?

This is a popular category since everyone continues to wear their own clothes for as long as possible. This is not always evident. This tool is ideal for anyone who has difficulty. Especially patients with rheumatism, arthritis, osteoarthritis, general muscle pain or tremor quickly find their way to these devices.

These tools help you live independently for longer and provide a lot of extra comfort.

Do you experience problems due to pain in the wrist , rheumatism in the hands or generally just muscle pain ? We have a tool for that! How about stocking pullers , shoe pullers , a button hook or elastic shoelaces ? View them all in this category!

 

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Dressing and undressing

Dressing and undressing aids can offer you a lot of extra comfort.

Being able to dress and undress is after all an important activity in daily life that you would like to continue independently! It is always nice to be able to put on your clothes at your own pace and independently of someone else. In dress-up aids you can think of stockings attractors, assistants to put on your shirt, pants or jacket. But also useful tools for putting on bras and briefs or underpants.

These devices are very often recommended for people with rheumatism, limited motor skills such as reduced hand function or insufficient strength in the hands and fingers.

What kind of dress up tools exist?

1. Trouser pullers

The daily act to put on your pants can be a huge burden for many. Fortunately, there is the invention of the ' sliplift '. This recent invention ensures that you can easily put on your pants through an iron frame.

2. Stocking and support stocking attracting aids

Thuiszorg Webshop has a very extensive range of (support) stocking donation aids . This is because it is a common problem that can be solved by means of a handy tool. With these tools you need much less strength , and you can put on or take off your stockings in an ergonomically responsible way . We have them in all sorts of sizes and colors, each with its own fair price.

Did you know? For people who put on and off support stockings on a daily basis, you can use a support stocking pull aid in combination with an anti-slip mat . You put them on the floor on your bed, or where you put on your stockings. After you put the stocking on, you can rub your foot over the anti-slip mat to get all the folds out. Even non-slip gloves do wonders here.

3. Shoe attracting aids

Not only the well-known extended shoehorn or shoe puller but also special elastic laces and spiral laces make it easier to put on the shoes.

Did you know? For people who have difficulties to tie shoelaces, the innovative 'spiral or curl shoelaces' exist. You never have to knot this and move with your foot. Elastic shoelaces, on the other hand, must never be touched once they have been tied, because that's how you made a 'slip on shoe' that simply moves when you place your foot in it.

4. Shirt or jacket pull aid

For shirts we also have a lot of 'handy assistants'; such as a button hook , robe sticks , ring / zip pullers etc. These tools ensure that you can do with limited movements and little strength still difficult daily operations. So you no longer have the finest motor skills in your fingers to close the buttons of a shirt or move a zipper up and down. Or you no longer have to use the left hand to the right shoulder blade to take off your shirt.

  • The dress up canes are available in different sizes. This type of tool increases the scope needed for dressing. A dressing stick makes it easy to put on and take off jackets and trousers and the pulling of socks is possible without bending over. For example, arms, wrists and shoulders are not overloaded and you can dress without additional complaints.

  • The button hook helps you to get buttons through the hole of the shirt or jacket.

5. Tightening aid for the bra

The Bra help helps women who have only one functioning hand. In the video below you can see how this can be used. This tool is universal: this means that it can be used for all types of bras.

Who can use this kind of dressing tools?

This is a popular category since everyone continues to wear their own clothes for as long as possible. This is not always evident. This tool is ideal for anyone who has difficulty. Especially patients with rheumatism, arthritis, osteoarthritis, general muscle pain or tremor quickly find their way to these devices.

These tools help you live independently for longer and provide a lot of extra comfort.

Do you experience problems due to pain in the wrist , rheumatism in the hands or generally just muscle pain ? We have a tool for that! How about stocking pullers , shoe pullers , a button hook or elastic shoelaces ? View them all in this category!

 

Read more