Technology for Independent Living

As-Seen-On-TV products aren’t for “Lazy People” – they make disabled people’s lives easier

Many products, tho not officially marketed specifically to people with disabilities, are incredibly helpful whether they have chronic pain, low mobility, tremors, or other conditions that non-disabled people are rarely asked to think about.

EZ Egg Cracker

Works with the push of a button to open egg shells and prevents bits of shell from getting into your food. Requires only one hand to operate. Also removes shells from hard boiled eggs quickly.

Bed, Bath & Beyond
$9.99

 


Toothpaste Dispenser

Eliminate the hassle of toothpaste in a tube. Simply touch your toothbrush to the dispenser and get the perfect amount of toothpaste every time. And it allows you to use every last drop of toothpaste and do away with messy tubes forever. Installs in seconds to a wall, tile, or even a mirror. No need to replace the cap on the tube after use. No batteries or electricity required. 

Walmart
$34.99