When we asked Handy Cane customers to share how they are using the Handy Cane reaching grabber, we got some pretty cool answers! Kay H. from Newport Richey, Florida told us “My friend got her groove back!” “I really didn’t need a cane for walking, but, after reading the reviews on Amazon, I bought the Handy […]
Do I need a cane? Well, the answer can very since there are a number of different reasons why a person may benefit from using a cane on a temporary, or a regular basis. For example, you may benefit from using a cane temporarily if you are recovering from a recent accident, injury or surgery,
LAS VEGAS 3/2/2017 – Medtrade Spring attendees cast their votes for the best new products in the New Product Pavilion Providers’ Choice Awards and the Handy Cane (Salem, Mass) took home the Gold Award. Why did so many HME providers vote for the Handy Cane? Find out here. Learn more about how the Handy Cane works here.
ATLANTA 11/28/2016 – Handy Cane just won the New Product Pavilion Providers’ Choice Silver Award, but what’s so special about it? Why did it capture the attention of so many HME providers? Alec Stern, co-founder of the Handy Cane helps explain the phenomenon. Read the interview.
ATLANTA 10/24/2016 – Judges for the biannual Innovative HME Retail Product wards, sponsored by HomeCare Magazine, named the top eight products particularly well suited for retailing/caretailing. The awards are all about promoting and recognizing products that contribute to providers’ bottom lines through cash sales. “We had a lot of excellent entrants this year,” says Kevin Gaffney, group show director,
BOSTON 9/17/2016 – The Handy Cane was pleased to participate in the Boston Abilities Expo, the go-to source for people with disabilities, their families, seniors, veterans and healthcare professionals. The annual three-day event showcases products and services that help individuals with disabilities meet and overcome their daily challenges. Handy Cane Featured At The Easter Seals Assistive Technology Innovation
I visited a friend of mine at the New England Baptist Hospital who was recovering from knee surgery. To aid in rehab after the surgery and to prevent strain on his knee as he recovered, his physical therapist suggested a “knee and hip surgery survival kit”. The kit consisted of a cane to help reduce