FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you ship to my country?
We currently ship to the United States, Canada and most European countries. This is a full list of all countries we ship to:   Visit our shipping rates page for details about our shipping fees.

What is your return policy? 
We want you to be happy! We will gladly provide a refund for unused products returned within 30 days of purchase. You can click here for additional information.

What is your Privacy Policy? 
For details on what we do with your information, please click here.

What size EazyHold should I purchase?
One of the great things about EazyHold is that each color can be used by all ages! Some children or adults use them on their hand above the knuckles and some prefer to use them between the knuckles. They can be used with all four fingers under the strap, just one or two fingers, or on a limb. It depends on what is most comfortable and what works best with the object users are trying to hold. 

Please see our chart below for our recommendations:

Infant Choices yellow, pink, green, & sippy cup/bottle grips
Toddler Choices pink, green, blue, & sippy cup/bottle grips
Youth to 11 Years Choices blue, orange, lavender, green, & yellow.
Adult Choices blue, orange, lavender, aqua, & yellow.

 *take a look at our photo gallery for an example of sizes*

What makes EazyHold different?
EazyHold is the first and only silicone universal cuff that is completely hygienic and perfect to use and re-use in schools, hospitals, therapy centers and at home. Our grip assists are not only hypoallergenic, they are also latex and BPA free. EazyHolds 100% silicone does not harbor bacteria and can be completely sanitized and washed at high temperatures. Best for kids, it's the first universal cuff designed for even the tiniest of hands. EazyHold is adaptable and can fit most anything; it is comfortable and comes in fun pretty colors!

What are people saying about EazyHold? 
"I am a caregiver to a young lady with CP and one of our goals is to learn to hold a spoon. I purchased these I hopes that we could work towards making our goal a reality and my young friend was so happy to hold a spoon! She smiled and began giving it her all! When her occupational therapist came over she used the other one for OT and my little lady drew a picture! I am recommending this wonderful product to whomever will listen!" - Dawn Romero

"I bought these for my daughter who has very little function of her right hand/arm. These have helped her become more independent during play and meal time. They work incredibly well with her utensils and some of her toys. Honestly, it's the best investment we've made for her so far. I have already recommended these numerous times." - Erin

"My 6 year old son with cerebral palsy is fully dependent on me for EVERYTHING. Using the EazyHold bottle holder he held his own bottle for the first time ever in his life and drank from it. It also made him use his other hand midline to assist which is something we have never seen before. These made a MIRACLE and first milestone that went down in my sons memory book. They work... even with juice on the bottle making it slippery the EazyHold did not budge or slip. These are amazing!" - Chryssy Tsolakidis

"What a fantastic product! I thought about 20 different patients simultaneously when I discovered these and have not stopped promoting them since. As an occupational therapist, I have dealt with the struggles of ill fitted universal cuffs and the difficulties of keeping cuffs clean for quite some time. EazyHold's various sizes and easy to clean products are a great fit for all ages and needs. I have had patients feed themselves, resume handwriting or simply brush their doll's hair with these products. I have seen parents, caregivers and patients experience new joys that they thought were only in the past. I highly suggest these for in clinic use and as products to promote to patients. The creators are wonderful to work with and it is exciting to have a new and passionate company bring something so promising to the therapy world." - Erica 

 

 

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