Parkinson's Helpers

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Buckingham Compact Easywipe Toilet Wiping Aid


COMODITÀ Tipo Classic Rolling Walker Rollator


Comodità Avanti Rolling Walker Rollator


Comodità Piccola Rollator Walker


Comodità Prima Special Rollator Walker


Comodità Prima Stylish Rollator Walker

Comodità Spazio Extra Wide Bariatric Rollator Walker


Comodità Spazio Special Extra Wide Bariatric Rollator Walker


COMODITÀ Tipo All Terrain Rollator Walker for Elderly Seniors


Comodità Tipo petite Rollator Walker for Elderly Seniors


COMODITÀ Tipo Stand Up Rollator Walker


Corded Weight-Sensing Replacement Floor Mat


Deluxe & Standard Weighted Universal Holders™ for Parkinson’s


DMI® Mini Exercise Bike with Slip-Resistant Mat


Folding Pedal Exerciser

DMI® Toilet Safety Support Rail


Freedom Divided Plate with Suction Pad Base


Freedom Scoop Plate with Suction Pad Base


Freedom Wand™ Long Handled Toilet Aid

handSteady™ Rotatable Handle™ Cup


Hi-Lo Scoop Dish


KE-Classic Bendable Built-Up Handle Eating Utensils


KE-Classic Weighted & Bendable Eating Utensil Set


KEatlery Weighted Eating Utensils


Parkinson’s disease is a diagnosis no one wants to receive. It changes your life significantly. The symptoms of this neurological disease include shaky hands or resting tremors, stiffness, and walking or balance issues. Although there’s no cure, adaptive devices are available to help make living with Parkinson’s and essential tremors a little easier. Our weighted eating utensils and weighted insulated mugs, steady shaking hands, enabling patients to eat a meal and drink a beverage without assistance. 

People with Parkinson’s and essential tremors also have problems with toileting and bathing. The use of grab bars and toilet safety frames eliminate concerns overslipping and falling in the bathroom. For those having problems with their gait or balance, check out these walkers and rollators for support. In addition to our walkers and rollators, check out this informative video on gait training for patients with Parkinson’s disease.