Medical Equipment – Medical Supplies – Active Forever offers a wide selection of Medical Equipment, Supplies, and Daily Living Aids to make your life easier. We proudly offer Electrotherapy, Orthopedics, Bedroom Aids, Independent Living, and more medical equipment and daily living aids to help make life just a little bit easier.
The Age Comfort Catalog is the premier online source for comfort products! Our growing line of comfort products includes Daily Living Aids, Mobility Aids, Incontinence, Vitamins & Supplements, and Health Care Products. Free printed catalog or online catalog available on request.
Millions of Americans have come to depend on Dr. Leonard’s Healthcare catalog for all their health-related needs – nutritional supplements, support and mobility products including wheelchairs, blood pressure monitors, exercise equipment, and a great variety of value products including diabetic socks, Dr. Scholl’s shoes, and marital health aids.
The Dream Products Catalog specializes in products that make you feel better, look younger, and feel energized. The Dream Products Catalog company has developed a catalog full of health and therapeutic products to help you live life to the fullest by providing support and mobility for senior health and beauty items for everyone.
Easy Comforts was established to provide an extensive selection of value-priced health and personal care merchandise to the mature market, 55 years, and older. Easy Comforts offers a variety of remedies and health and beauty aids to help mature men and women feel better, look younger, and be more active. Inside the catalog, customers will…
Shop Harriet Carter to find a large selection of products for organizing your life. As seen on TV products, household gadgets, and problem solvers, unique gifts, and gift ideas. In addition, you will find items to decorate and accessorize your home, health and beauty products, and decor to spice up your bed and bathroom.
The Silvert’s catalog provides adaptive clothing for elderly care and fashions for people with disabilities and special needs such as Alzheimer’s and arthritis. Caretakers find adaptive clothing with discreet velcro closures or snaps, and seatless pants for an incontinent or wheelchair-dependent person.