I initially bought a food processor because I was interested in cooking so thought it might be useful so I could make more interesting things. Once I got it I realised it actually made cooking more accessible to me.
The Rastrick picnic table is 1.87m in length with extended ends that allow ease of access for wheelchair users. The picnic table is black and made from 100% recycled plastic making it hard-wearing, low maintenance and weatherproof too.
Talking Tablets help people with speech or learning difficulties to communicate. There are different Talking Tablets to meet different user needs offering text, symbols or photos as well as a choice of voices.
Portset USB charger is a device which simply connects to the standard wheelchair or scooter power connector and converts the 24 volts to the lower, regulated voltages required to provide charging power to smartphones, satnavs and other types of portable equipment.
Smart wheelchairs are uniquely modified powered wheelchairs, installed with Smile's own Smart controls. Creating an intelligent chair via anti-collision sensors, voice confirmations, pre-determined track following, speed and motion control.
Weighted blankets are heavy, specially made bed coverings. They use sewn-in bags of sand or other dense materials to make the covering heavy. They are mostly used for children with autism but be used to calm people with dementia or for other neurological conditions.
Trabasack is a bag with a built in lap tray. The bag has a firm top and removable bean bag and comes in 2 different sizes and designs. There is the smaller Trabasack Mini and the larger Trabasack Curve. There's a choice of surfaces and straps available.
These are 3/4 finger sailing gloves with a light weight breathable back and rubberised palms. They are securely held on your hand with a Velcro wrist strap. The palms of the gloves are quite thick, abrasion resistant with a small amount of padding.