Aids for Daily Living

HHU has an array of personal care items to make daily living easier. From the kitchen to the bedroom, our retail stores are stocked with items to help you around the home. Don’t see what you need? Contact us at 1-800-924-2273 and our friendly Customer Service Representatives would be happy to help you find the right equipment and supplies to meet your needs.


ReacherReachers and Grabbers

Reacher/Grabbers assist the user to reach or grab objects that would otherwise be difficult or impossible for them to get to. They may be used by someone who suffers from arthritis, lack of dexterity or grip strength, or the wheelchair bound.


Adaptive Utensils

Adaptive utensils are used by disabled persons with limited hand strength. Eating utensils are specialized forks, spoons or knives that are designed to aid the disabled during meal time.


ShoehornLong-handled Shoe Horns

Shoehorns are used by individuals unable to bend or reach their feet due to a disability. Shoehorns are used to aid people who are overweight, pregnant, have spinal injuries or are disabled, put on and remove their footwear.

Home Medical Equipment

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