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User types on keyboard using finger sleeve
User types on keyboard using finger sleeve

User with finger sleeve
User with finger sleeve

User puts on finger sleeve.
User puts on finger sleeve.

User puts on finger sleeve.
User puts on finger sleeve.

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Custom-made finger sleeves

Writing sleeves facilitate computer use for people with reduced finger function and spasticity

Description
A finger sleeve in orthotic material prevents the user's index finger from bending inwards because of spasticity. Finger sleeves are fitted with a handle that makes it easier to put them on and take them off. The user can also pull the sleeve onto his finger by pressing the grip against the edge of the table (photo 4).

Manufacturer
User's occupational therapist

Idea
The user

Tip is dated from 2014

Categories for this tip
communication » use of computer, work, employment, occupation » communication at work, Tips and tricks from people with Motor incomplete tetraplegia (C2-Th1, ASIA C, D).

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