Just a grumble about assistive devices.
I often find myself cursing the incredibly poor design of some of the devices that are supposed to make out lives easier. Why don't they make toilet seat extensions that are easier to remove for cleaning? And what about the gap between the extension and the bowl, not wide enough to clean between but definitely wide enough to let dirty water run down the outside of the bowl. And the shower chairs, no wonder our elders resist getting clean! Flat seats, short straight backs if they have a back at all, and it's hard to find any with arms. I've got an old resin recliner patio chair with a high back that I think would make a wonderful shower chair if it was only height adjustable. And to add to the insult these devices can be quite pricey. I've probably got a list of complaints as long as my arm. Anybody else bugged by this?