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Ilias

Ilias is single. He lives in an apartment. He is an artist and works for MFPA (Mouth foot painting artists). He was injured in 1981 and has a high tetraplegia (C 4/5). He has personal assistance 24 hours a day.


11 tips and ideas 
Pen extension, screw mount, and brush next to itAdapted pen extension
Pen extension with screw mount used as mouth stick - suitable for people with extensive disabilities
User controls iPad with his mouthAdapted stick for iPhone and iPad
Customized touch pen makes it possible to control iPhone and iPad with the mouth
Adjustable-angle wooden book standBook stand with adjustable angle
Book stand serves as a good holder for drawing paper/ canvas when painting by mouth
User draws with special extensionCustom penholder for mouth painting
Flexible holder for pen/pencil/brush – suitable for people who draw/paint with their mouth
Document holder with table bracketDocument holder with table bracket
– suitable as an easel for people who draw/paint by mouth
User writes with a mouth stick and iPadiPad
Handheld computer with touchscreen – easy to use for people with disabilities
User paints by mouth on the iPadMouth painting with iPad
iPad makes it easier for people with limited reach to draw or paint – suitable for people with disabilities
User paints with his mouthPaint with watercolors by mouth
Painting with watercolors by mouth – an opportunity for people with extensive disabilities
iPhone in mobile phone holder on wheelchair tableSmartphone with holder
A smatphone placed in a holder on the wheelchair table can be controlled with a mouth stick – suitable for people with extensive disabilities
User with iPad on table easelTable easel
A table easel makes it easier to paint by mouth – suitable for people with severe disabilities
User with wheelchair tableWheelchair table
- makes it easier to always have work materials accessible – suitable for people with severe disabilities