Aids for Daily Living are self-care equipment, products, devices, and equipment used for work or home functional activities by seniors or the disabled. Types of aids are bathing and hygiene aids, bed positioning and safety, dining aids, dressings aids, gait belts, household kitchen aids, medication aids, and reachers.

The benefits of aids are back and abdominal supports, bathroom and toileting needs, compression stockings and garments, specialty footwear, hearing aids, and FM systems. Tips to help you with decisions include joining support groups, seeking support from an allied health professional, ask for a trial or a demonstration before buying, measure, and plan for long-term needs.

To conclude, talk to an aid representative and learn more about daily living aids and how they can add value and substance to your everyday needs and requirements. The benefits are well worth checking out for yourself.