Walking stick clips

this image shows a walking stick and crutch holding clip,it fixes to the walking aid and can be hooked onto the back of chairs / counter tops etc


Walking sticks are vital to so many elderly and disabled people but they can also be a pain.

How do you solve the problem of walking sticks ending up on the floor when you sit down for a meal at home or out and about ?

this image shows a Bridgit walking stick and crutch holder



This clever clip is Bridgit and is made by a company called Such and Such design who also have some other really helpful products.

Bridgit is a clever, attractive clip that solves the problem of holding crutches and walking sticks when they are not being used. Bridgit can also join two crutches or walking sticks together in a stable X shape to rest against any convenient surface. This is a much  better idea than laying the crutches or stick on the floor.

Bridgit can also be used to hooks single crutches or walking sticks over the back of a chair or hand rail, keeping them out of the way but still within easy reach. Bridgit is easy to use and suitable for all crutches and sticks between 18 – 22mm and sells online for £6.99 each.

I like this product especially as it takes the space left by the “stick stay” made famous by Dragons’ Den which sadly encountered production issues and is no longer available.

I am now hoping that someone will make a clip suitable for the millions of hand held grabbers that always seem to gravitate to the floor !



Award-winning blogger and former care columnist for Devon Life magazine. I am passionate about helping elderly people and people with dementia live purposeful and independent lives.
Designer of the Dementia Assistance Card and Points Of Light award recipient, Caron hopes to help carers when resources are limited and demand is ever-increasing. I am here to support you.

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