About Cori Fischer
Cori Fischer is a college sophomore studying to become an occupational therapist and a part-time intern at Trend-ABLE. Cori has a movement disorder that affects her legs and hands, making everyday tasks difficult. Despite her various physical challenges, Cori epitomizes positivity and perseverance.
The following 3 hacks Cori found on Amazon have helped to make her life easier and better and she wanted to share her finds with Trend-Able’s perfectly imperfect tribe. I hope you enjoy Cori’s Post.
PS. We added a bonus Tool at the end so keep scrollin’
#1 KEY RINGS
I didn’t realize that carrying thin objects, like keys, can be challenging to those with fine motor challenges. I have found that holding keys can be especially frustrating. It’s not that I can’t hold onto keys, but if your fingers tremor and spasm, this can be difficult.
So, I was pretty excited when I discovered these giant silicone key rings that are easy to grasp and hook on to things like your keys and wallet. They come in a variety of different colors and are very easy to hold on to. They are reasonably priced, ranging from $8-$20. You can find them on Amazon.com. I love that these rubber rings can slide over your cane, forearm crutches or walking aid, making it easier to carry when on the go. You can also hook a little wallet/change purse onto the ring if you do not want to carry a purse. Carrying your keys/accessories does not have to be a source of frustration any longer!