Back to School Sale 2016
Back to School Products for the Vision and Hearing Disabled
It's time for you and yours to prepare for success!
Here are the products you need to succeed at school, at home, at work – and in your daily life.
Back-to-School Time offers a good reason and a great way to get back on track.
Welcome to the store where thousands of seniors, blind, low vision, deaf, and hard of hearing people just like you shop every day because here they find the assistive devices they need to live a fulfilling life.
School means grades but the most important grade isn't on any report card. The most important "grade" is "upgrade."
Upgrade Your Life
Isn't it time you upgraded your life?
Haven't you have learned enough from this school of hard knocks called life? Isn't it time to graduate to a better life? Do something today to make your tomorrow better than your yesterday.
Here you'll find – what on the surface may appear to be – products, widgets, gadgets, and gizmos. But look beyond appearances and you'll see that they are actually doorways to a more successful and independent life for you.
Hear, See, and Do More with MaxiAids
Whatever you are dealing with: low vision or blindness, deafness or being hard of hearing, arthritis, diabetes, or just feeling the weight of the years – you are sure to find something here to enhance your life and make your day-to-day existence a little bit better.
You've heard of "pick your poison." Well, choose your balm from our amazing assortment of assistive aids for independent living.
Choose from a variety of low vision products; products for the blind; products for the deaf and hard of hearing; as well as assistive technology for the physically disabled. Here you'll find: Talking Calculators; Large Print Low-Vision Calendars; Talking, Jumbo Display, and Vibrating Clocks; Communication Tools and Aids; Computers and Assistive Computer Peripherals; Cushions and Supports; Braille, Beeping, and Tactile Games and Toys; Home Health Care Devices for personal grooming, hygiene, and dressing; Cooking and Kitchen Aids; Labelers and Identifiers for those with low vision; Lamps; Magnifiers; Medical Aids; Mobility Devices; Personal Listening Amplifiers; Reading and Writing Aids; Recorders and Radios; Rehab and Therapy Aids; Tactile and Braille Products; Amplified Telephones; TV Accessibility Accessories; Video CCTV Magnifiers; and Talking, Braille, and Large Face Watches.