The Florida International Medical Expo – Miami Beach Convention Center July 27 – 29 Meet Our FIME 2022 Exhibitors
Meet our FIME 2022 exhibitors
Adaptive Creations Group, Inc. has developed the first practical solution to stop spills, injuries and cleaning challenges for healthcare workers and family members of people with disabilities. No longer holding drinks for the patient will be the only alternative. Now the drinks will be perfectly positioned so that the patient can drink through a standard straw with no hands ‘out of the equation’.
Adaptive Creations Group, Inc. founder Steven White is the inventor of this patent-pending new adaptive device. The need for a new solution became apparent when Steven’s 90-year-old father dropped his coffee cup on the dining room table due to his uncontrollable tremors from Parkinson’s disease. The coffee cup shattered, spilling hot coffee all over him, the table, and the floor.
Called on ACG hands-free assistance system for the disabled and others, this unique product can be securely attached to wheelchairs, IV poles, hospital beds, food trays, tables and chairs. It can not only hold drinks, but also snacks, electronics and books.
The range of disabilities that will benefit from Hands-free system includes a wide range of neuromuscular diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, ALS, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis and many more. Other conditions that prevent safe holding of beverages and other objects include strokes, brain damage, paralysis, burns, amputations, orthopedic injuries, and visual impairments.
There are five hinged adjustment points that can accommodate patients of all sizes, from children to tall adults. A reducer will accommodate smaller drinks on the support arm.
The accessories will allow mobile phones, tablets/laptops and books to be available without the need to hold these devices so that patients can stay in touch with family members and avoid boredom and depression while staying hydrated.
The device has also been well received by other users whose hands are busy or dirty, such as gamers, artists, cooks, musicians, industrial workers, students, computer users, dispatchers 911 and many more.
Adaptive Creations Group, Inc. will present the Hands-free system at the upcoming Florida International Medical Equipment Show (FIME) at the Miami Beach Convention Center. For more information, contact Steven White, President, 941-870-4722, or email swhite@AdaptiveCreationsGroup.com
Register for free and visit them in person from July 27 to 29, at Booth No. 87 and at FIME ONLINE from July 11 to August 29, 2022. FREE to attend both https://fimeshow.info/3hveupE
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