How the Helping Hand Cane came to be...

 

Barbara Wood, inventor of the Helping Hand Cane and a Parkinson's patient herself, knew many folks who used a cane but also noticed something puzzling. Most of them had some sort of "grabber" or "pick-up device" around, so they wouldn't have to bend over to pick up things from the floor. Sadly, the grabber was rarely anywhere near the cane user when they needed it, risking dizziness and a fall.

It became obvious that if a "pick-up device" was not nearby, it was basically useless! That's when Barbara had the idea for the Helping Hand Cane. Her invention means a pick-up device is always available, ready for you to use whenever and wherever you need it.

The Helping Hand Cane is lightweight, adjustable, and easy to use. For a complete list of specifications, please see the Specs page.

 

 

A cane and pick-up tool in one!

 

 

 

The Helping Hand Cane Flyer

U.S. Patent #9,456,670

 Don't risk losing your balance and falling. Use the Helping Hand Cane grabber and pick up your glasses, a book, a pen, and much more ...

Don't risk losing your balance and falling. Use the Helping Hand Cane grabber and pick up your glasses, a book, a pen, and much more ...