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Aids to Daily Living

Critical everyday tasks such as gripping, turning, preparing meals, eating, writing, managing personal hygiene and getting dressed may become difficult for persons with reduced strength, limited dexterity and impaired mobility in arms and hands. This challenge comes with aging, arthritis, spinal cord injury, stroke, traumatic brain injury, MS and many other conditions that may lead to the need for devices generally known as Aids to Daily Living or Adaptive Aids.

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