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DescriptionDrink Aide was designed by the residents and staff of Inglis House. Inglis House is a long-term care facility that's home for nearly 300 adults with physical disabilities in Philadelphia, PA. Inglis House residents helped develop Drink Aide and benefit from using it, and they have become entrepreneurs through the production of this revolutionary water bottle. Drink Aide is assembled, packaged, tested and distributed by Inglis House residents who work in the vocational rehabilitation program.
The Drink Aide Water Bottle is a water bottle that attaches easily to a wheelchair for use by persons with little or no upper body movement. It also can be attached to bedrails, walkers and chairs and can function in a variety of settings. It was designed, tested and produced by people with physical disabilities at Inglis House in Philadelphia, PA. Perhaps the greatest benefit of Drink-Aide is the freedom for a person with a disability to travel beyond a room or a building, and the freedom to socialize outside, especially during the summer.
Water bottle lid, insulating sleeve
White tube within its flexible gray tube holder
White locking nut
Black bottle holder with universal mounting clamp
Packet of bolts, nuts and mounting-option attachments
Two 1" washers
Straw length is 20" long
Dishwasher safe (top shelf)
InstructionsSubmerge the tube and its gray flexible holder in warm, soapy water.
Soak the inside of the tube with a cleansing agent: leave it submerged for a reasonable period of time.
Then, let it soak again in clean rinse water. After soaking, hang the tube to air dry.
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