Kitchen Safety

Kitchen Safety: Use a cart or chair as a midpoint for transfers of kitchen items from countertop to countertop. Consider purchasing a walker tray that fits over the top of the walker handles. A walker tray can be used to carry items from one point to another, keeping your hands free to safely push the walker.

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Adaptive Equipment & Caregiving Corner wants to help improve safety and function for individuals and caregivers during daily care and activities. We are passionate about seniors safely aging in place in whatever environment they call home. Make sure to check out all our helpful tips, resources and videos by clicking on the Free Videos, Featured Products and Resources tabs in the menu at the top of the page.

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Kitchen Safety

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- We educate and instruct individuals and caregivers on ways to stay safe during daily care activities. Find helpful tips, resources and videos that help maintain seniors dignity and functional independence at home. ✌️❤️ Christina & Cindy "If you can't do it, ADAPT IT!"