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Life Hacks

Here are some simple aids that have been shared with us for people with Parkinson’s disease. If you have anything that you would like to share, we’d love to hear from you! Please email your life hacks to

STOON Bike Cup Holder for Your Theracycle

STOON Bike Cup HolderAn adjustable water bottle holder to be used on the outrigger handles on either side of the seat: Here’s a Link to the Water Bottle Holder on Amazon »

Jamber Ergonomically-designed Coffee Mugs

Jamber 12oz mugsEngineers and scientists at Jamber created the Jamber mug to be exceptionally comfortable and easy to hold. People with Parkinson’s, or Parkinson’s tremor, can drink from a ceramic cup with dignity and ease. Learn more about their Parkinson’s coffee mugs at at:

PopSockets: Simple but Life-Changing

PopSocketsOn a recent customer survey we thanked our respondents by sending them a PopSocket with our logo!

A PopSocket helps one hold onto their mobile phone or tablet. It functions as an additional grip—if you drop your phone often or find it hard to hold the phone comfortably, the PopSocket fixes that!

While they may look silly at first, there are many great ways to use PopSockets. It takes time to get used to the PopSocket, but after a while, it becomes an essential smartphone accessory. You’ll find it hard to go back to a phone or tablet without one. Learn more at:

Hormel Health Labs – Thick & Easy® Microwave Meals

Three varieties of Thick & Easy Pureed meals in their packaging Swallowing difficulties can be a big issue for people with Parkinson’s. Hormel Health Labs offer prepared meals that can be microwaved as a solution. Learn more at: