When I was an OT student I was taught to shop in expensive medical catalogs. Now that I am a stroke survivor and living on a fixed income this is the last place I look. First I shop at local stores and then go on-line. Merchandise designed for able-bodied people can often function as an adaptive device for a stroke survivor. Two inexpensive items are over-the-door plastic hooks and non-slip shelf liner. I use a plastic hook to hang a terry-cloth bathrobe on a towel bar so it is next to my towel. Another plastic hook keeps the head of the shower hose off the floor of my tub when I'm finished showering.
If I didn't have non-slip shelf liner under the pill container it would start slipping away from me as soon as I reached in to get a pill. I'm glad non-slip shelf liner comes in neutral colors that don't clash with my decor because I have small pieces of it all over my house.