CULVER CITY, Calif.
- Jan. 29, 2014
-- Fifty Fab & Healthy (http://fiftyfabandhealthy.com/index.php?route=common/home)
is dedicated to helping you stay fit through the years
and bringing you what you need to maintain independent living
. Our collection of aids to daily living
is full of assistive devices
to make your day to day lifer easier and more enjoyable.
We all know that once you cross that threshold of 50, things just don’t work like they used to. It’s a little tougher to see, sometimes a little tougher to hear, and moving can be a little slower as arthritis and stiffening joints set in. This is where these assistive devices
can really make life a little easier! You know, don’t you hate it when you go to a lovely restaurant for a nice meal out but the print on the menu is so hard to read because of the low lighting? Our magnifiers (http://fiftyfabandhealthy.com/Aids-Daily-Living/Magnifiers)
can help you read those menus and actually see the dinner receipt so you know what you’re paying for.Assistive devices
like pencil aids (http://fiftyfabandhealthy.com/Aids-Daily-Living/Pen-Penci...)
and playing card holders
can help keep you playing cards with your friends but also keep your hands from hurting because of the grip. Once we’re over 50 it seems like the number of medications we take increases about like the gray hair does. Using pill aids (http://fiftyfabandhealthy.com/Aids-Daily-Living/Pill-Aids)
and wearing identification jewelry
will not only help you remember to take your meds but also let someone know what you’re taking in case of an emergency.Aids to daily living
can help prevent injuries as well. Reaching aids
keep you from stretching too far and losing your balance. Bathroom aids
help prevent slip and falls in the shower or tub. If you have a bum hip, our hip protectors
and hip chairs (http://fiftyfabandhealthy.com/Aids-Daily-Living/Hip-Chairs)
can help relieve pressure and keep you moving. Locator aids (http://fiftyfabandhealthy.com/Aids-Daily-Living/Locator-Aids)
help keep your independence but make the kids feel better knowing you can get help if you need it.