ADW Diabetes recognizes patients with diabetes may need access to a variety of Daily Living Aids to help them take care of basic functions. Daily Living Aids are designed to make routine tasks easier. For example, a long shoe horn makes it possible for someone to put on their shoes by themselves before going out to work or other important places. ADW Diabetes is the ultimate resource for all types of diabetic supplies and health products. Browse through our large selection of Daily Living Aids to find ways to make your life a little bit easier. From dressing aids to bedroom safety devices to grab bars, get the best prices on a wide range of Daily Living Aids at ADW. Appreciate top quality products with our fast delivery and attentive service. ADW Diabetes offers Daily Living Aids from leading companies including Standers, Mabis, and ProBasics.
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Daily living aids, also known as aids for activities of daily living (AADLs), are equipment designed to aid an individual in self-care. They also give basic assistive technology for everyday functions for the disabled or elderly.
There are a wide variety of assistive tools and aids available to help make daily activities easier. They fall under a multitude of categories as well. Some of them are:
A walker is considered an adaptive device created to assist in stability, balance, and movement.
Devices that are used to assist with completing everyday act of living of living such as eating, drinking, bathing, walking, dressing, toileting, and self-care are considered adaptive equipment.