Webinar: EazyHold Use in Practice
Mark your calendar for the 30th of October 2021!
We bring you an invention that is Changing Lives, a silicone cuff that enables people to hold onto objects with ease- Eazyhold, it is Easy to use, Easy to clean, and Easy on the hands! We have Kerry Mellin, the founder and Co Owner of EazyHold to discuss the details of her innovative invention that provides grip assistance to virtually anybody!
About the event:
Event Title: EazyHold Use in Practice
🗓️ 30 October 2021 (Saturday)
⏰ 2pm Malaysia time
🎙️ Zoom Conference (event link will be sent upon registration) & Facebook Live
🗣️ Medium: English
📌 Registration HERE: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Z_LnoGKqTu6ogLqm0Zk0EA
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Target audience: Care Givers, Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Home Nursing firms, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech Therapists, school operators and all healthcare professional.
EazyHold? Here's 5 Reasons Why-
⦁ Adaptable, Hygienic, and Oh So Comfortable!
⦁ For all ages and abilities.
⦁ Eazy to use
⦁ Eazy to clean
⦁ Eazy on the hands!
2.00pm - Opening remarks by Ms Olivia Quah, Co-Founder of Asian Integrated Medical Sdn Bhd (www.iElder.Asia)
2.05pm - Welcome remarks by Ms Siau Wei Pung, Senior Commercial Specialist, U.S. Embassy Kuala Lumpur
2.10pm – Special address by Puan Norfazillah Khannas, Malaysian Occupational Therapy Association (MOTA) Representative & Senior Occupational Therapist, University Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC)
2.20pm - Introduction to EazyHold – Ms Kerry Mellin, Founder and Co-Owner of EazyHolder
2.40pm - Case studies of EazyHold in US and other countries
2.50pm - Testimonials and sharing by users in Malaysia
3.10pm - Q&A
3.30pm - End
Join us for the webinar and find out more about EazyHold and how it can make a difference to you and your loved ones. Cheers!
For the full range of EazyHold products, please refer to https://ielder.asia/collections/eazyhold
Special discount 15% off during this webinar.
About the Speaker
Ms Kerry Mellin, Founder& Co-owner of EazyHold, United States.
Founder and Co-owner of EazyHold.com, after a 35-year career designing for the motion picture industry, Kerry Mellin discovered a lack of simple grip aids to help people continue to be active through adversity. Designing products that enable children and adults with physical or cognitive disabilities to lead more independent lives is the motivating force behind Mellin Works LLC.
Kerry’s company has made history by innovating a new category of silicone grip aids for the healthcare and caregiving industries. Now supplied globally to over 9,000 hospitals, educational facilities, therapy centres, and libraries, EazyHold is published in academic textbooks on instructional Basic Assistive Technology Application and Procedure.
EazyHold was invented by three sisters who understood how important it is to maintain independence through adversity.
The Mellin sisters found that activities they always loved to do were becoming more challenging. Nature's inevitable wear and tear on joints can take a toll on your grip strength. Determined to maintain their active lifestyle, they innovated a way to get a better grip and continue to do the things they loved.
Designing and manufacturing innovative silicone class one medical devices for hospitals, therapy centres, assisted living facilities, elder and paediatric care centres, educational facilities, and home use.
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For Adult & Senior
For Toddler and Children
Widely Used by users with:
List of disabilities, diseases, and conditions which affect the grasp, grip strength, mobility, and usage of the hand and limb.
- Apert syndrome,
- Amniotic band syndrome,
- ALS-Lou Gehrig's disease,
- ALS -Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis,
- Brain tumor,
- Blod clots,
- Cerebral palsy-CP
- Carpal tunnel syndrome-CTS,
- Cervical stenosis,
- Cognitive impairment,
- Cystic fibrosis
- Dupuytren's disease/contracture,
- Degenerative spinal conditions,
- Epstein-Barr virus
- ehlers danlos syndrome,
- Guillain-barre syndrome,
- Huntington's disease,
- Head injury,
- Intellectual disabilities,
- Joint weakness and pain,
- Juvenile arthritis,
- Limb loss,
- Limb difference,
- Lou Gehrig's disease
- Learning disabilities,
- Low vision,
- Multiple sclerosis,
- Muscular dystrophy,
- Mobility impairments,
- Nerve damage,
- Neuromotor disease,
- Pediatric stroke,
- Paralysis partial or total,
- Poor fine and gross motor skills,
- Poor eye/hand coordination,
- Rett syndrome,
- Radial dysplasia,
- Rheumatoid arthritis,
- Repetitive hand use/injury,
- Severe chronic pain,
- Shaken baby syndrome,
- Spinal muscular atrophy,
- Spina bifida,
- Sensory impairments,
- Spinal cord injury-SCI
- Segmental spinal atrophy,
- Severed nerves (traumatic hand injury),
- Trigger finger,
- Thyroid disease,
- TAR syndrome,
- Traumatic brain injury,
- Twin to twin transfusion syndrome,
- Tourette's syndrome,
- Vision loss and blindness,
- Wolf hirschhorn syndrome,
- Williams syndrome,
- Cognitive impairment.