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  1. MINIATURE WHEELCHAIR ( FOUNDING PROJECT,1972)
  2. ARM REST STRETCHER  to gently and gradually stretch and hold a patients arm and hand.
  3. ARM ASSIST to add strength and lifting the arm
  4. ASHMOMILE( skier ) to get people  who only walk with the aid of crutches or a walker, to downhill ski..
  5. BEACH WHEELCHAIR  to allow a wheelchair to travel in sand
  6. BICYCLE HANDLE BARS customized for a child with one shorter arm.
  7. BOCCIA BALL RAMP to allow a person with very limited movement to compete in boccia ball
  8. BOCCIA BALL RAMP 2 to allow a person with very limited movement to compete in boccia ball
  9. BOCCIA BALL RAMP 3 to allow a person with very limited movement to compete in boccia ball
  10. BOWLING RAMP to give the ability to aim or throw a bowling ball
  11. BOWMAKER to make a one handed gift bow
  12. ADAPTED TRIKES AND BIKES to accomodate disproportionate body size
  13. ELEVATOR REMOTE CONTROL to open an elevator by remote from a wheelchair
  14. EXCERCISER to give rehabilitation exercise to a stroke victim.
  15. CAMERA HOLDER to operate a camera with limited use of hands
  16. CAMERA HOLDER 3 to operate a camera with one hand
  17. CAMERA HOLDER 4 to operate a camera from a wheelchair with one hand
  18. CURLING GUIDE to get involved with curling from their electric wheelchairs
  19. CUTTER BOARD to allow someone with no use of fingers to use a heavy ,sharp chopping knife.
  20. COIN COLLECTION HOLDER for use with limiter hand motor skills
  21. COMPUTER TRAY to mount a laptop computer on a standard wheelchair.
  22. DICE TOSSER to allow someone with severe physical restrictions to "Toss The Dice".
  23. DINNER PLATE to help with one handed eatting
  24. DRINK HOLDER 2 a wheelchair attachment to hold water and juice bottles.
  25. EXERCISER 1 to give people confined to a wheelchair cardiovascular excercise.
  26. EXERCISER 2 to give people confined to a wheelchair cardiovascular excercise.
  27. EXERCISER 3 to give people confined to a wheelchair cardiovascular excercise.
  28. FISHING RIG to allow fishing from a wheelchair without the use of hands
  29. FISHING POLE HOLER to allow a man that had a stroke to fish with only one arm
  30. FLOAT BOARD COMMUNICATOR  to communicate by symbols when in the pool.
  31. CUSTOMIZED GAME CONTROLLER To give greater abillity when using a game controller
  32. GUITAR PICK for players with weakness of the hands
  33. GUITAR HOLDER to hold a guitar steady in a wheelchair
  34. HAND CLAMP to assist in holding items
  35. HANDGRIP ASSIST to assist in the hand holding of a hairbrush
  36. HAND SUPPORT to give support to a stroke victims hand.
  37. HAND UTILITY CUFFS effectuve in any case where there is a loss of the use of the hands
  38. HAT HOLDER to hold a head from falling forward
  39. HEAD SUPPORT to support a persons head when he/she can't.
  40. HEAD STICK a device to allow him to use his computer, telephone and TV, turn pages, open doors
  41. HIGHCHAIR This custom fitted adaptation can be built around any standard chair.
  42. HOCKEY ( WHEELCHAIR )  to provide a means for a quadraplegic to play hockey.
  43. JAR OPENER to allow a person with paralysis of the hands to unscrew the lid from a jar.
  44. KNIFE GRIP To allow someone with limited or no use of their fingers ( i.e. arthritis, paralysis ) to use a heavy sharp carving knife.
  45. LEG LIFTER a lady in bed needs to get into her wheelchair.
  46. LIFTING HARNESS to raise an adult to the standing position for toiletting
  47. LIGHT BOX to provide an  even source of backlight for a person whose sight was deteriorating rapidly
  48. MEMORY TRAINER BOXES  early training device to enhance memory through game games.
  49. MOUTH STICK HOLDER 2 holds the mouth piece near the mouth  yet not impede access in or out of chair
  50. MULTISWITCH to provide a series of switches for a person with  only spastic motor control.
  51. OVERHEAD BAR to assist moving around in bed for a person with limited upper body strength.
  52. OUTDOOR STANDER a portable unit to assist standing outdoors
  53. PEN GRIP to be able to hold a pen
  54. PILL DISPENSER  For people with motor skill problems to take their own pills.
  55. PONY TAIL MAKER to make a pony tail with one hand
  56. PRESSURE SWITCH an inexpensive, simple, sturdy, dependable pressure switch(less than $3)
  57. ADAPTED REMOTE SWITCH  1 to make a small remote usable for those with limited fine motor control
  58. ADAPTED REMOTE SWITCH 2 to make a small remote usable for those with limited fine motor control
  59. RAMP,POWERED to allow access through a raised doorway
  60. READER 1 to hold a book open  (and turn pages) in front of a reader suffering weakness of the hands
  61. READER 2 to hold a book in view for a bed-ridden invalid with weakness in the arms and hands.
  62. READER 3 to hold a book in view for a wheelchair bound person with weakness in the arms and hands.
  63. SANDBOX TABLE a raised sandbox for use by a wheelchair bound child
  64. SHOWER CHAIR to have more control and privacy in taking a shower.
  65. SIGNAL GLOVE to indicate directions for those with very little mobility
  66. SIT UP EXERCISE RESTRAINT to do sit ups in bed
  67. SKEASY to get people who do not walk without the aid of crutches or a walker, to downhill ski.
  68. SKIING WHEELCHAIR  to allow a wheelchair to be taken along on a cross-country ski trip.
  69. ADAPTED SKIPOLE to accomodate a hand without grip
  70. SWIM FINS to be worn over conventional foot/ankle braces
  71. ADD-ON TABLE to allow a wheelchair to be brought up close
  72. HANDS FREE TELEPHONE  to allow a weak bed-ridden patient to use a phone.
  73. TEACHING AID (MULTISWITCH)  a device for early cognitive training.
  74. HANDS FREE TELEPHONE   to allow a weak bed-ridden patient to use a phone.
  75. THREE POSITION, MOBILE CHILD'S SEAT  custom design
  76. TOILETING ASSISTIVE DEVICE; to extend the reach when using toilet paper
  77. TOILET FLUSH HANDLE EXTENTION, to turn handle with weak(ie arthritic) hands
  78. TOILET - PORTABLE; folds neatly into a carrying case
  79. TOILET STAIRS to assist a child in reaching the toilet seat
  80. TOILET TABLE to assist in keepping a child on the toilet
  81. TOY (RADIO CONTROLLED);a single switch to a radio control.
  82. TOY RESTRAINING BAR;to keep toys on the wheelchair tray
  83. TOY STABILIZER;to stabilize objects on a wheelchair tray
  84. TOY RESTRAINING BAR 2;to stabilize objects
  85. TRICYCLE BACK SUPPORT to give support while in the sitting position.
  86. WHEELCHAIR TRAY a utility tray to hold odds and ends
  87. WHEELCHAIR AD-ON TRAY an activity tray to hold odds and ends
  88. SHOE AID A gentleman in a wheelchair needs help toput on his shoes.
  89. TRAINING LIGHTS to improve the awareness, for stroke victims, of activity to one side.
  90. TRICYCLE BACK SUPPORT to give support while in the sitting position.
  91. VERTICAL TRAY  to raise objects into the line of vision 
  92. TV CONTROLLER 1 to change TV channels with only minimal movement of the head.
  93. TV CONTROLLER 2 to use a TV controller without use of hands.
  94. TV CONTROLLER 3 to operate a TV with very limited motion
  95. TV CONTROLLER 5 to operate a TV with very limited motion
  96. TYPEWRITER to provide the opportunity to type for a patient confined to bed.
  97. WALKER, CUSTOMIZED 2  a special needs walker much smaller than comercially available
  98. WALKER, CUSTOMIZED 3 a special needs walker much taller
  99. VAN SEAT EXTENTION to extent the seat for ease of entry
  100. WALKER TRAY to transport food, drink and other spillables
  101. FACE AND DISH CLOTH WRINGER  to compensate for limited or no hand strength
  102. WRIST TALKER to allow someone to make a statement with a simple touch
  103. YES/NO TALKER to allow a yes and no sound with simple wrist movement

 

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