There's a heap of low-tech assistive technology available to those who require assistance for daily living activities.
These are sometimes called ADLs, as they provide the functions needed to complete activities of daily living. ADLs usually provide a specialized function, including reaching, gripping, or holding, and can be purchased at affordable rates.
Let's take a closer look at a few low-tech assistive devices
Low-Tech Assistive Technology
Here are a few of the more common low-tech assistive technology available to those with exceptional needs.
- Plate holders
- ADL wrist support
- Bag grip
- Jar opener
- Knife guard
- Can opener
- Typing aid
The community developing low-tech assistive technology are hard at work to bring more functionality to those with exceptional needs.
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