Dressing aids are devices that are designed to provide support for individuals with disabilities, weaknesses, or age-related infirmity who may lack flexibility or the ability to get dressed independently.
Examples such as long handle shoe horns, sock aids, a leg lifter, dressing sticks, one-handed button aid, elastic shoelaces and arthritic hip kits are examples of types of assistive dressing devices that make the process of dressing and undressing easier.
- Elastic laces that stay tied, in place and allow you to easily slip your shoe on and off
- Laces are 27″ long
- Three attractive color
- Eliminates need to bend or stoop when putting on shoes
- Won’t snag on socks or stockings
- 16″ Long