- Look in the Dwarfism resources for reachers.
- Arcmate, http://www.arcmate.com/, makes lightweight, portable, and sturdy reachers. A reacher is a “must-have” gadget. Not only can you reach things, but you do not have to strain your back trying to get at things that are just out of reach. They also make great play things for children (and adults).
- Help putting on socks
- Look in the Dwarfism resources for Footstools.
- The Turtle Stool, http://www.2turtles.bigstep.com/ is a lightweight and very sturdy footstool.
- Browse through dozens of footstools: http://www.get2buynow.com/furniture/stepstool-1.html
- If you will be traveling to a hotel, see if they already have a dwarfism accessibility kit: http://www.lp-access.com
- Highly recommended item. Portable, folding footrest (4 inches): http://www.magellans.com/jump.jsp?itemType=PRODUCT&iProductID=755
- 6 inch adjustable footrest. Good for an office setting. Allows user to stretch out easily. http://www.safecomputing.com/6_deluxe_foodrest.html
- 4 inch adjustable footrest. Good for an office setting. Allows user to stretch out easily. http://www.shoplet.com/office/db/g1016.html
- http://snugseat.com/ sells adaptive equipment including bath seats, walkers, wheelchairs designed for children, and ergonomically modified items for everyday use.
- spinlife.com‘s page on bathroom aids includes live on-line help or call 800.850.0335 (last checked April 2004): http://www.spinlife.com/store/bathb.cfm
- For those with short arms, limited use of hands: http://www.selfwipe.com/
- The www.comfortseatinfo.com allows users to completely wash and dry themselves at the touch of a button. Also call toll-free 800.661.5515 ext. 572. (last checked May 2004)