Reading & Writing can not be a challenge!

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Magnifying glass in plastic on a stand
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Writing pad Stetro
€2,26
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Magnifying glass on feet x3.5
€15,36 €13,98
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Gripofix - Universal holder
€19,46 €17,71
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Wooden table for on the bed
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Wooden table for on the bed
€61,50 €55,97
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Bed table with 2 blades
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Bed table with 2 blades
€163,99 €149,23
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Cutlery holder Multi-holder
€18,96 €17,26
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Magnifying glass with neck string
€20,50 €18,66
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Bed table
€87,13 €79,28
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Reading ruler 31cm
€10,24 €9,32
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Prism glasses
€66,63
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Bookend for bedridden
€553,50
In stock
Bookend
€38,94 €35,43
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Magnifying magazine for the hand
€15,36 €13,98
In stock

Tools for reading and writing.

A writing aid stimulates the right finger position at the pen grip and does not only mean a comfortable, stable grip but also a training device: the fingers are placed in a full-fledged three-point grip, the tight shape ensures constant tactile feedback.
It reduces hand fatigue and pen pressure and prevents hypermobility in the joints of the index finger and thumb. Consistent use ensures greater endurance, more precision and a higher writing speed.

Tools for reading and writing are often used by people with dementia, Alzheimer's, aphasia, pain in the wrist or rheumatism in the hands, people with osteoarthritis or people recovering from a stroke.

 

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Tools for reading and writing.

A writing aid stimulates the right finger position at the pen grip and does not only mean a comfortable, stable grip but also a training device: the fingers are placed in a full-fledged three-point grip, the tight shape ensures constant tactile feedback.
It reduces hand fatigue and pen pressure and prevents hypermobility in the joints of the index finger and thumb. Consistent use ensures greater endurance, more precision and a higher writing speed.

Tools for reading and writing are often used by people with dementia, Alzheimer's, aphasia, pain in the wrist or rheumatism in the hands, people with osteoarthritis or people recovering from a stroke.

 

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