According to a recent study, over 44 million people in North America act as unofficial caregivers to someone in their family. Having products that are designed with accessibility in mind can make it all easier. The Gillette TREO is not a revolutionary product, and yet it is. It signifies a big conglomerate that is starting to take notice and create products that cater to those with disabilities, and we hope that other brands follow suit. Read the full article here.
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