Adapted Healthcare Devices

Blind, low-vision, and otherwise disabled older adults have an easier time taking care of themselves when they use tools and supplies designed to meet their needs. They also minimize their risk of accidents.

Adapted healthcare products include products with:

  • Larger handles or levers for limited dexterity or strength
  • Tactile or audible feedback
  • Braille-encoded labels and warnings


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