I came across the folowing, wonderful list of things:
Mobility aids: Manual wheelchairs; powered wheelchairs; electric 3- and 4-wheel scooters; attendant pushed wheelchairs; walkers/rollators; canes; stretchers to move patients; turntables; floor lifts; ceiling/fixed lifts; driving equipment to assist physically challenged to drive; vehicles equipped to carry wheelchairs, etc.; and vehicles equipped with baths.
Bed-related products: Beds, mattresses, pressure sore prevention products, side tables, and care related sheets.
Bathing products: Bathtubs, bath chairs, anti-slip products, bath boards and bathing lifts.
Toilet related and diapers: Portable toilets, toilets/toilet seats, deodorizers, germicides and diapers.
Aids for Daily Living: Chairs, positioning and standup aids, tables, furniture, eating utensils, table ware, kitchens, cooking aids, washbasins, clothing, shoes, clothes changing aids and care related products.
Communication Equipment: Hearing aids; emergency alarm and warning systems; word processors and computer systems for the disabled; Braille printers; aids to assist in data entry and operating OA equipment; software for the physically challenged; letter enlargement equipment; special telephones, faxes and portable talking aids; sight related systems; and other communication equipment.
Equipment for the Home & Construction: Slopes, handrails, elevators, ramps, stair climbers and other such equipment.
Rehabilitation Equipment & Prevention Products against nursing-care: Rehabilitation equipment for walking; training materials, devices and equipment for rehabilitation. Body function training equipment, muscular strength training machines, and oral care related products.
Artificial Limbs & Orthopedic products
Truly, another enchanting list worthy of inclusion in Umberto Eco’s marvellous collection of ‘lists’ in his 2009 book called ‘Vertigine della lista’ or ‘De betovering van lijsten’ (a book I got from my professor after receiving my PhD).
But, what is it a list of? I will leave it to your imagination 🙂