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These can be used to help you hold and turn your key more easily. The handle provides additional grip and leverage. The holder can hold multiple keys and keys can be folded back into the handle when they are not in use
Key safes can be fitted to your home to allow you to store keys safely and allow loved ones or carers to enter your home. This can be useful if you find getting to the front door a challenge.
Rails at your front door can make stepping in and out of your house safer, especially in times such as carrying your shopping in. Rails can give you a support and reduce risk of falls or slips.
If you use a wheelchair or scooter or have visitors that do, portable ramps can be used to allow the wheelchair to access the house directly. Ramps can be laid to cover steps into properties and allow for a smooth entry or exit from the house.
Ask Sara has advice and product ideas around entering your home including paths, steps, grab rails, external lighting
The Disabled Living Foundation has advice about choosing and fitting grab rails.
Intercoms and cameras will allow you to hear and/or see visitors when they are at your front door. You will know that it is safe to answer the door and you can ask them to wait whilst you get to the front door, so you don’t miss an important visitor
Ask Sara has advice and product ideas around security including safety chains, key safes, CCTV, lighting and shredding.