The Bowling Ball Pusher is designed for wheelchair users. Is intended for people who want to play bowling but are in a wheelchair. Four-pronged steel and aluminum guide rests gently on the alley floor while pushing the ball.
The Ableware All-Out Universal Opener is a multi-functional opening tool designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, fine motor, or grasping disabilities or arthritis. Provides the leverage needed to open most packaged food items.
Ableware Button Aid/Zipper Pull helps is one tool that is both a button aid and a zipper pull that allows users to dress independently. It has an easy-to-hold cushioned handle and is ideal for weaker grips and arthritic hands.
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted access platform and rail for a child with cerebral palsy to allow her to access an interactive white board at her learning program.
AccessMaths is a geometrical drawing program designed to provide a range of input options for students with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. The program can be operated using the keyboard, mouse, track ball, or Concept Keyboard.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 7/2005) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Acme Training Scissors are child's scissors designed for use with children with fine motor disabilities. These scissors have blunt forged-steel blades and dual loop soft plastic handles.
This Activity Laundry Basket is designed for young individuals who have a fine motor disability. Table-top laundry basket is layered with 7 fine-motor tasks including two types of buttoning, zipping, lacing, tying, snapping, hooking and clipping.
The Activity Table by Smirthwaite is designed for use by young children at daycare, school and home. The steel legs can be adjusted in height to ensure an upright seating posture for the child, and can easily be folded for storage.
The Activity Tray is a height adjustable tray designed for use by people with upper extremity, fine motor, grasping or neurological disabilities or conditions such as multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy or Parkinson's.