Dressing Stick, Button Hook, Sock Assist, Long Handle Shoehorn
This handy device combines a dressing stick and a shoehorn. Ideal for people whose reach, dexterity or ability to bend is limited due to arthritis or back/leg injuries. Designed with a push-pull Shook at one end, and a long-handled shoehorn at the opposite end. Hook end can be used to help put on pants, sweaters, socks and other articles of clothing, or to reach clothes hangers on high closet rods.
Assists in button and zip fastening.
For one handed use
Unique features make this the most extraordinary sock aid on the market. The easy-to-use Sock-Assist lays flat on the floor, accommodates feet and calves of all sizes, has a nonstick surface and pulls the sock up the calf instead of releasing it at the ankle. Its innovative design allows easy donning of socks or knee-high nylons using one or two hands. Also works with elastic compression knee high socks or stockings. It’s the unusual-looking features that make this sock aid so effective: – Two side wings keep the sock on the Sock-Assist until it is released on the calf. – Centre tongue helps ease the sock onto the device. – Flexible polypropylene “gives” to accommodate socks. – Flat bottom surface prevents the Sock-Assist from rolling. – Wide foot bed accommodates average to wide feet. – Contoured side walls help hold the sock on the device. – Rear flares prevent the cord from rubbing against the skin. – Textured surface prevent skin from sticking to the sock aid. – Cord handle can be cut or looped to adjust length.