The BackSaver is designed to reduce the strain when loading a wheelchair into the boot of a car. Primarily designed for non-disabled people, the product decreases the load by up to 30%. It was voted new product of the year at the show.
The Astec seat is constructed - according to Care Base who sell it - like the human spine. It can be used to prevent or rehabilitate abnormal curvatures of the spine. It is fully adjustable and is designed to correct posture.
The Logan Proxtalker is another device to help non-verbal people to communicate. It uses RFID tags with pictures of appropriate objects - and a pack of blanks can also be purchased. These are then placed on one of the five buttons and the word is spoken.
Some of the simplest ideas are often the most powerful. So it has proved with the duvet cover with zips on three sides - the brainchild of Penny Smith and Amber Stevens from Essex. They say people keep asking them why nobody has thought of it before.
The portable Dynaspine back support is designed to help people with back pain, especially those who find sitting uncomfortable. It provides an ergonomic seating position and moves with the user.
The Luggie sold by Active Mobility Scooters folds up and packs away into a large suitcase. It has a range of 12 miles between charges and is likely to appeal to people who want to travel.
The ErgoKneeler is a combined kneeling pad and stool. It's especially designed for people who have to do a lot of kneeling, including care professionals. It encourages good posture and reduces the risk of injury.
The Bubble Wall is a new sensory product from West Yorkshire-based SpaceKraft. Bubbles are pushed up through liquid and are illuminated by coloured LEDs. Colour changes are automatic but can be controlled by a child in order to learn cause and effect.
The Easyslide is a flexible shower screen designed for either an in-line or a corner shower enclosure. The doors can slide as well as open inwards and outwards and is likely to appeal to those for whom design is a key consideration.
Adaptawear - a company based in Aberdeenshire - has added a bra that fastens with magnets and hooks and loops to its clothing collection. The company says the front-fastening Corebra should appeal to disabled women who have difficulty with dressing.
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