Socking Aid The unique shape of the flexible Sock Aid keeps socks on the aid until the sock is pulled all the way onto the foot.
Here is some key information about our Sock
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With this simple dressing aid, you’ll be able to slip on socks quickly, effortlessly, and more importantly, without pain or causing strain to the back. A is a flexible or rigid mechanism that is attached to either one continuous loop or two long handles. Traditionally, the sock slips over the flexible part of the so the top of the sock is held open. Once the sock is slipped onto the assistive device, drop it to the floor while you hold onto the handles. Your foot is then slipped into the sock opening. With the handles, you pull back and upward so your foot slips into the sock and out of the.
The soft and non-slip foam handles are designed to increase grip, assisting individuals with weak hand strength pull on a sock or stocking. For use, simply place the sock or stocking over the plastic trough, insert the foot, and pull the cord’s foam handles straight back to bring the sock over the heel and up the leg. The ropes can be adjusted to your desired length by tying new knots as needed.
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