Typing and telephone stick

A stick inserted into the universal holder enables a person without dexterity to punch in a phone number and type on a computer

User punches in a number with telephone stick
User punches in a number with telephone stick

Description
A small wooden stick is inserted into a universal holder that sits in a wrist bandage, see associated tip. The stick has a rubber tip and is used for purposes such as entering phone numbers, typing on the computer, etc.
The user can insert the stick into the universal holder without assistance. He holds the stick between his fingers, moves the other hand with the universal strap toward the stick and presses the stick against a surface such as the armrest of the wheelchair.

This tip is from 2007

User inserts stick into universal holder
User inserts stick into universal holder
User presses stick into universal strap against the armrest of the wheelchair
User presses stick into universal strap against the armrest of the wheelchair

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Tipsare: Anders

Anders lives together with his partner in a house. He is working part time. He was injured in 1989 and has a high spinal cord injury (C4-5). He has personal assistance.