Tools for the stimulation of the facial muscles, incl. the mouth.
Devices for tissue integrity through redistribution of the load on the buttocks.
Products intended to redistribute the load on vulnerable parts of the body when lying down and to prevent sores and decubitus ulcers.
Products for facilitating the coordination and integration of incoming sensory information to the brain from different senses.
Equipment to stand or sit on for training balance.
Devices for jumping for the purpose of motor skill and balance training.
Equipment for stimulating and improving muscular strength.
Balls for training strength and balance, intended to carry the body weight.
Products for training and developing reading skills, particularly strategy, approach and performance.
Products for training in the concept and function of time
Products used to teach a person to interact and live in harmony with other individuals.
Stationary equipment for providing support to a person for keeping an upright position.
Platforms for positioning and supporting a person while progressively moving him/her from a lying position to an upright position so that the body can adapt to functioning in that position.
Orthoses that encompass the whole or part of the cervical region, including the joint between the spine and the skull.
Orthoses that encompass the skull (cranium).
Orthoses that encompass the joints in the wrist, the thumb, wrist-thumb, wrist-hand or wrist-thumb-hand.
Orthoses that encompass the elbow joint.
Orthoses that encompass the shoulder joint.
Orthoses that encompass the shoulder and elbow joints.
Orthoses that encompass the whole or part of the foot. Included are, e.g. orthopaedic shoes, insoles, shoe inserts, pads, arch supports, heel cushions, heel cups, orthopaedic inlays.
Orthoses that encompass the ankle joint and the whole or part of the foot.
Orthoses that encompass the knee joint.
Orthoses that encompass the lower leg.
Orthoses that encompass the hip joint.
Orthoses that encompass the thigh.
Devices that substitute for all the hair on a persons head.
Clothing worn outdoors over other clothes to protect a person against cold, wind and all types of precipitation.
Gloves and mittens for keeping hands warm.
Tops for indoor wear, e.g. short and long sleeved blouses, shirts and jumpers.
Jackets, vests and trousers.
One-piece-suits with or without sleeves and with or without legs.
Undershirts, including singlets, with shoulder straps, short or long sleeves.
Panties and underpants with various leg length.
Including, e.g. stockings and socks that protect the feet or wiht non-skid on the soles.
One- or two-piece suits to use at night while sleeping.
Included are, e.g. bathing suits for mammary prostheses.
E.g. tight-fitting bathing pants for persons suffering from incontinence.
Garments worn over the front of the body to protect clothing or the body from getting soiled.
Shoes for dedicated use, like sport shoes and inlays etc.
Head worn equipment that protects the hearing from noice.
Body-worn equipment that protects vulnerable persons from bruising or skin injury on arm, elbow, and shoulder.
Wheelchair gloves, grill gloves etc.
Body-worn equipment for the prevention of pressure sores on the feet.
Included are, e.g. occupant restraint systems for wheelchairs, e.g. belts, harnesses and vests.
Included are positioning cushions for specific parts of the body (e.g. back, knee or elbow) and multi purpuse body positioners.
Devices used in relation to putting on or removing stockings, anti-oedema stockings, and tights. Includes devices for arm stockings.
Commode chairs without castors, not suitable for showering.
Commode chairs with castors, used for both toileting and showering.
Commode chairs with tilt function, may be used for both toileting and showering.
Commode chairs where the entire seating unit can be raised and lowered either hydraulically or electrically while in use. May have tilt function. May be used for both toileting and showering.
Commode chairs with driving wheels. May be used for both toileting and showering.
Seats attached to the toilet bowl or commode chair to provide stability and comfort.
Devices mounted on the toilet that provide support getting on or off the toilet.
Container for collecting urine designed for both women and men.
Absorbent pads especially designed for children that are held in place by close-fitting underwear or stretch mesh briefs; also known as liners or shields.
Single-piece garments that can be washed and reused, similar to boy's briefs or girl's panties, that have padding or other material to absorb moisture, e.g. from urine.
Bodystockings for protection and/or fixation of body-worn urine absorbing aids.
Plastic pants for children for fixation of body-worn urine absorbing aids.
Included are, e.g. washable hygienic underpads.
Devices that produce a signal when involuntary urination or defecation takes place.
Seats without back support placed on the rim of the bathtub. The seat is at the level of the rim of the bathtub.
Seats placed on the rim of or down in the bathtub. May have solid or detachable back support.
Devices for supporting sitting during showering.
Included are, e.g. back support cushions.
Stationary or portable tables on which a person lies during bathing, showering or nappy changing.
Also known as baths. Included are, e.g. portable and folding bathtubs.
Devices for assisting a person to float while bathing. Included are, e.g. floating neck collars and inflatable bathing caps.
Including, e.g. protective coating.
Walking aids for one hand that have a handgrip without a forearm support, a single shaft, and one tip (ferrule).
Walking aids for one hand that have an elbow support, shaft, handgrip, and tip(s).
Walking aids for one hand which have a handgrip, shaft and three or more tips.
Walking devices which can be moved by pushing or pulling, that enable a person to maintain stability and balance while walking, and have hand grips and three or more wheels.
Devices with wheels and seat or sling that support the body when walking. Included are, e.g. walking bicycles.
Devices with wheels and tips and a supporting table or forearm support.
Devices for restraining a person in a vehicle to enhance safety during travel.
Seats which are part of a car seat-module system, where the back rest and seating surface are sold separately to provide flexiblity in the construction of a complete seat.
Complete car seats for children to be placed upon and fixed to a standard car seat.
Pedal-propelled, two-wheeled cycles for one person.
Cycles with three or more wheels for one person, pedal propelled.
Hand-propelled cycles with three or four wheels.
Devices with two or more seats to allow riding for more than one person, pedal-propelled.
Additions or changes made to cycles to facilitate their operation. Included are, e.g. additional motors, trainer wheels.
Wheelchairs designed to be propelled and steered by the occupant, by pushing with both hands, on the wheels or on the handrims of the wheels.
Wheelchairs designed to be propelled and steered by an assistant.
Wheelchairs powered by electricity, mechanical steering of the pivot drive wheel(s). Included are scooters.
Electrically powered wheelchairs activated with an electronic controller by the occupant.
Electrically powered wheelchairs manoeuvred by an assistant with an electronic controller.
Devices for short distance transportation of a person in a sitting position, propelled and controlled by an assistant.
Open carriages for transportation in a sitting or half-sitting position for outdoors use.
Wheeled devices on which a person lies or sits and moves by pushing on the floor with the arms or legs.
Mobile platforms, manually propelled, designed to transport a person in a lying position, small car-shaped vehicles propelled by pedals, and wheeled toys for sitting on or in.
Devices that are propelled by the occupant using the arms and are used in a standing position only.
Devices for providing support to a person being lifted in a hoist, e.g. slings, seats, stretchers for mobile and stationary hoists for transfer of persons.
Canes to obtain information about the immediate surroundings or signalling visual impairment.
Included are knives, forks, spoons etc.
Included are, e.g. warm water plates, bowls with a cover or handgrip, serving boards.
Scissors for cutting textile, yarn, paper and the like.
Chairs with or without a special mechanism to assist a person to stand or sit etc.
Seats with one or more legs without a back; may have the option of an add-on back.
Seats with one or more legs that provide support for a person remaining in a standing or near-standing position. Maximum height of more than 60 cm. With or without a back rest. With or without castors.
Comfortable chairs for general use. Included are, e.g. lounge chairs with a special mechanism to assist a person to stand or sit.
Chairs that meet the specific seating requirements of a person, e.g. high chairs for children, sitting bags, floor seats.
Seating systems based on a framework to which can be attached selected seat modules that can be adjusted to achieve a particular seat configuration.
Mounted back supports attached to a chair frame.
Cushions and other devices that are placed on a seat to correct and maintain a stable sitting position.
Head supports (and components of head supports), neck supports, neck cushions that are attached or incorporated into a chair or seat etc.
Leg supports, foot supports, footplates, stump supports that are attached or incorporated into a chair or seat, abductors, adductors, knee separators etc.
Devices that are attached to or incorporated into a chair or seat to provide support to, or to stabilize, a persons shoulders, torso, hips or pelvic region when sitting.
Beds with special features such as fixed handrail or fixed supports. Included are, e.g. high beds.
Beds with one or more sections of the mattress support platform that can be adjusted in height or angle; adjustments are performed by an electric mechanisme operated by the occupant or by an assistant.
Bed linen and products to fix bed linen in a desired position, e.g. cushions, pillows, blankets and fixing devices for blankets.
Mattresses and coverings for comfort.
Foldaway or removable rails for preventing the occupant from falling out of the bed.
Removable rails to enable the occupant to change position in bed or to sit up independently.
Light filters mounted in spectacle frames
Included are, e.g. sets and boards with letters, pictures, symbols and pictograms.
Electronic devices for face-to-face communication. Included are, e.g. portable and non-portable devices for alternative and augmentative communication.
Software for communication between persons situated in the same place.
Devises to show the remaining time. May be able to give a signal at a given time. E.g. Timers and hourglasses. Can be provided with enlarged display, audible or tactile reading.
Body – worn watches of which the primary function is to inform visually about the time. E.g. Easy-to-see watches. Included are visuel watches with functions to remind about the time through sound and/or light.
Keyboards with visually distinct keys, one-finger keyboards, keyboards with other special design etc.
Included are on-screen keyboards, speech recognition software and software for mouse functions.
Assistive products to position screen pointer and to select items on computer display.
Devices that display information from a computer tactilely, e.g., Braille displays and tactile graphic displays.
Devices that activate or deactivate an electrical circuit, e.g., push-buttons for electrical devices.
Devices, usually for children, designed for play without fixed rules.
Indoor and outdoor structures constructed for play, without fixed rules, e.g., playhouses and swings.
Board games, card games, puzzles, electronic games and accessories for games.
Products that enable a person to engage in sports that require teams to move a ball around an indoor or outdoor area to facilitate scoring points.
Assisitive products for activities where the main objective is to hit a certain target with an object.