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Welcome to MaxiAids, your one source for products to support your healthy, active and independent lifestyle.

Our goal is to bring you the best products available, including the latest innovations to help you live every day to the fullest! From handheld, stand and electronic magnifiers for those with low vision to talking watches for the blind… from amplified telephones for the hard of hearing to vibrating alarms for the deaf… from blood glucose monitors for diabetics to wheelchairs and walkers for those with mobility challenges… whatever you need, MaxiAids has you covered.
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Our Best Clearance Items For Back To School Monday, July 27, 2015

Back to school is around the corner, folks. If you're a student, I'm sorry, if you're a parent, try and not be so excited to have the kids out of the house. In terms of school supplies and shopping, Maxi-Aids offers a fantastic clearance section featuring dorm room essentials, as well as education tools and toys! Take a look today while supplies last!

5 Easy Ways to Make Your Spring and Summer More Accessible Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Spring is finally here and with that comes sunshine, clear skies and beautiful weather that should inspire all of us to get active and enjoy the outdoors.

Here are 5 steps for planning a Beeping Easter Egg Hunt for Those Who Are Blind and Visually Impaired Monday, February 16, 2015

When any holiday approaches and you begin planning your activities, it is important to think about accessibility for both the day itself as well as the special events surrounding it.