The Home First Aid Kit updates a common household object to better accommodate the needs of the disabled. Whether suffering from a broken arm or a missing one, it is important to surround oneself with items that are easily accessible in case there is no one around the help. This design provides that convenience.
Designed by Gabriele Meldaikyte, the Home First Aid Kit makes each section of the kit in easy reach. Compartmental flaps unravel open, each of which address different types of injury such as burns, minor scratches and deep cuts. Not only does this setup prove more practical to use for a single-handed individual, it also comes with instructions to guide those unfamiliar with first aid procedures. Thus, the Home First Aid Kit supports people in real life scenarios.
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