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cots2024care awards

Westpoint Arena, Exeter - 17th July 2024

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Clare Reynolds

Clare Reynolds

The Active Hands Co

Achieving Daily Tasks With Reduced Hand Function

Everyday tasks can be sources of frustration when living with reduced hand function. This may be as a result of Stroke, Arthritis, Tremor, Cerebral Palsy, Spinal Cord Injury, Limb Difference, or any number of other disabilities and conditions affecting the hands. The inability to grip makes tasks difficult: from making a sandwich to getting dressed independently.
Active Hands share their solutions to a wide range of problems related to hand function. We have gadgets to help with personal care, cooking, eating, gardening, working out, and many more activities.

Speaker Bio

Clare manages the design team at Active Hands. She works alongside the CEO, Rob, to develop new solutions to problems faced by those with reduced hand function.

 

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Meet with over 2000 buyers and decision makers from the care industry!

The Care & Occupational Therapy Show has been running for 5 years. This year's event will include buyers from Care Homes, Domiciallary care companies, Care Groups, NHS, Trusts, Indivdual Carers, Individual Practitioners also. Attracting around 2000 visitors it will truly be a festival of business for the care community.

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