Category: aids for daily living

Buckled Spirals.

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--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: A strap-on device to hold writing instruments, eating utensils and tools, designed for a person who had lost a hand. Instructions for a buckle device made of a piece of guttering or plastic pipe with slots cut into it, through which a length of webbing, with velcro for fastening, is threaded. A split spiral (or several of them) of rubber gas pipe is riveted or bolted to the plastic. This can be strapped to the arm, as for the amputee, or can be strapped to a chair arm to hold a knitting needle or other object. SKILLS REQUIRED: Plastics. Assembly. AUTHOR: Grainger, S E TITLE: Making Aids for Disabled Living REF: North Pomfret, Vermont: Batsford: p 32-33 NARIC CALL NUMBER: R1126 PAGES (including cover): 3 1981.


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