Getting older isn’t easy. Many seniors struggle with mobility, dexterity, eyesight or memory, but those issues don’t have to be life-limiting. Modern technology offers a lot of time, stress and labor-saving luxuries that can help senior citizens retain their independence.
Even if you’re quick to shout at your grandkids to put away their phones, and just don’t get the appeal of Snapchat or Kik, there’s a lot of innovations to be grateful for.
Here are a few must-have devices that can keep seniors active and independent for longer.
5 – Eye Drop Aid
If you are like me, using eye drops is quite an undertaking. My eyes want to close or my eyelashes start fluttering. I try to use one hand to hold open my eye and the other to squeeze the eye dropper. Half the time, I miss! But, I found a solution to this problem.
The folks at Remedic were kind enough to send me a sample of their Eye Drop Guide Aid and it really does work. To use it, just install the dropper into the device and snap the lid. Then you can use the bottom edge to help hold your eye open. I was able to get drops in on the first try!
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