Introducing Grip Toggle – the groundbreaking innovation in accessibility aids designed to transform the lives of individuals with limited hand dexterity. Say goodbye to struggles and hello to independence with this versatile tool that revolutionizes grip techniques.
Living with a condition that affects hand function can present unique challenges, making everyday tasks more difficult and painful. That’s where the Grip Toggle comes in. Specifically designed to cater to a wide range of conditions, including EDS, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Autoimmune Arthritis, Arthritis, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Fibromyalgia, De Quervain’s syndrome, Arthrogryposis, and De Quervain Tenosynovitis, this innovative tool provides a secure grip on objects, revolutionizing the way individuals with hand-related conditions navigate their daily lives.
Grip Toggle provides a secure grip, ensuring control and comfort for those facing challenges with traditional gripping methods. Whether you have arthritis, a hand injury, or any condition affecting hand strength, Grip Toggle is here to make a difference in your daily activities.
What sets Grip Toggle apart is its simplicity. This user-friendly device attaches effortlessly to utensils, pens, or tools, instantly turning them into ergonomic wonders. Its adjustable design and non-slip surface offer a snug fit, promoting stability and reducing strain on the hand. Embrace a life free from frustration and regain your independence!
Examples of items you can use the grip toggle on:
- Doors and Cupboards
- Kitchen tools
- Tooth brush and bathroom items
- Any thing you can apply the suction cup or toggle to
Note: Please ensure the item is properly gripped and isn’t too heavy. Please read the provided instructions on how to use the product safely
“Using my the ring on my finger I was able to use the sucker to do some tasks more easily and one task I hadn’t been able to to do at all. I’ve never been able to open the dishwasher door as my fingers can’t grip the handle. I also found it useful for opening a drawer more easily. Also the door was easier to open. Drawers were easily too. I could also use it to reach further on the kitchen worktop, bringing an object forward (biscuit tin).”
Clare Edwards (Equip-Able)