Telephone- and typing sticks

Adapted pencil works as an assistive device for using telephone and computer – useful for persons with impaired handfunction

The user typing with his writing sticks
The user typing with his writing sticks

Description
The user puts a pencil with an eraser end in each hand between index and middle finger. He reverses the pencil to use the eraser end on the keys. To avoid the pencil slipping between the fingers a rubber band is wrapped around the opposite end of each pencil. The rubber band is positioned under the bend knuckles.

Users comments
With this simple device the user has become fast on the keybord.

Made by
The user

Paid for by
The user

Whose idea
The user

Editors comments
Se also www.spinalistips.se/tips-att-skriva-pa-datorn-612.html

This tip is from 2010

User holding a writing stick between index and middle finger.
User holding a writing stick between index and middle finger.
Telephone- and computer sticks (close up)
Telephone- and computer sticks (close up)

Tipsare: Stuart

Stuart has a tetraplegia.