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Who needs One-Handed Assistive Devices

Many conditions like fractures, paralysis, or permanent disability can leave a person with only one hand to use. Such situations make it difficult to do activities which other people perceive as easy routine tasks. One-handed products are especially designed for people who can use only one hand. With the help of these one handed assistive devices, users can perform their routine tasks without any assistance. Most of them can be used by both left and right hands.

Some Common One Handed Aids

  • Dressing and Grooming Aids - Dressing and grooming aids like dressing sticks, zipper pulls, shoehorns, bathing sponges, etc. make it easy for users to dress and groom themselves with one hand. Their unique design only requires a single hand to perform a task and adds to user independence.
  • One Handed Kitchen Gadgets - While several kitchen appliances are intended for the general public, most of the items in this section are designed more specifically for disabled and/or elderly users. They provide targeted assistance to people who may be one-handed or may have weakness in their hands and wrists, instability, and limited range of motion.

    • Meal Preparation Aids - Kitchen tools for one handed people like non-slip mats, cutting aids, chopping boards, etc. make meal preparation easy. Non-slip mats prevent slipping of utensils, cutting aids like rocker knives make it possible to cut vegetables with one hand, and chopping boards give a non-slip platform to chop vegetables.
    • Eating and Drinking Utensils - Eating aids like scoop dishes have a low front and a high back. The high back edge helps in scooping food onto a utensil without spilling. Their round, non-skid feet grip tabletops and prevent them from sliding.

Our top picks for One Handed Assistive Products

Where to buy One-Handed Aids online?

At Health Products For You, we offer a wide range of products for one handed people from top-selling manufacturers like North Coast Medical, Patterson, Medline, Complete Medical, and many more @ attractive prices.