Caregiver Products that help make dressing independently a little easier for people with Parkinson's.

Dressing Aids

Dressing aids can help your loved one with Parkinson's dress more independently. Putting on socks can be a problem for people with Parkinson's because of physical limitations. Sock aids will help enable people with Parkinson's. Just put the sock over the tube - and by pulling a long handle - it will slip the sock right on.

Button aids with large grips or weighted handles are great for people with Parkinson's that have other physical problems such as hand or grip impairments.
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Combines two dressing aids in one: a dressing stick and long handled shoe horn.
Combination button and zip tool with large, soft handle that is more comfortable to grip.
$18.95 $16.95
Heavy, built-up handle with finger grips helps stabilize the hand.
Help make zipping easier.
Package of 6 zipper pull rings for people with reduced finger strength and coordination.
Large rings allow users to easily grip and pull zipper tabs on jackets, pants, other items.
Easy to use sock aid with 2 foam handles helps users slip on socks easily without having to bend over.
Patented closure, easy to secure adapted belt for one handed users
$24.95 $19.95
Easy to secure, one handed closure adapted dressing belt for adults.
Easy to secure adapted belt allows for one handed closure.
No-sew solution converts shirt buttons into magnetic closures, help users overcome button challenges, restore dressing independence.
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