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User with writing stick
User with writing stick

User inserts writing stick in holder
User inserts writing stick in holder

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Universal holder on wrist bandage

Holder for flatware and typing sticks sewn onto wrist bandage, suitable for persons without wrist function or finger dexterity

Description
Anders uses a wrist stabilizing bandage from Rehband. A fabric pocket sewn inside the hand on the upper edge is used as a holder for flatware, pens and writing sticks. The fabric pocket on the right hand is open at both ends. He inserts the spoon from the thumb side, the writing stick from the pinky side. On the left hand the fabric pocket is only open on the pinky side. He only uses the writing stick with his left hand.

Manufacturer
Relative (fabric pocket)

Idea
The user

Paid for by
County council (wrist bandage)

Tip is dated from 2007

Categories for this tip
carrying, moving and handling objects » switching on and off, communication » use of computer, use of phone, eating, drinking » eating, work, employment, occupation » communication at work, Tips and tricks from people with High tetraplegia with partly function in arms/hands (C5-6, ASIA A, B).

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