Chronic illness, disability or the effects of aging can make simple things of everyday life a struggle. Bending over to tie a shoe or pull on a stocking can lead to frustration. Fastening a button, gripping a door knob or reading the fine print on a bottle are just a few of the things that can become more difficult. Limited strength, dexterity or vision can make the simplest task a real chore. Many daily care products also called aids to daily living are made for just such challenges. Aids to daily living products can increase independence by enabling one to do things that would normally require assistance. There are products to help you see, eat, drink, reach, dress, grip, organize, relax and sleep. There are products for comfort, protection, safety, hygeine and more. The use of reacher, special eating utensil, magnifying glass, long shoe horn, medicine reminder or medication organizer can greatly add to an individuals comfort and independence.