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Easy Grip-In Mug - 16 oz.  Recommended by OT's and Physical Therapists 1st and only internal handle that enables the hand to fit through the mug Hand warming 16 oz. mug No slip, easy grip use 360 degree rotating lid

Easy Grip-In Mug - 16 oz. Recommended by OT's and Physical Therapists and only internal handle that enables the hand to fit through the mug Hand warming 16 oz. mug No slip, easy grip use 360 degree rotating lid

A new online resources to make pharmacology easier to understand for nursing students!

Hands down, the hardest class in nursing school for me was pharmacology. I’m bad at straight forward memorization, especially when it’s medications I’ve never actually used or se…

EazyHold™ is a simple but innovative grip assist strap that easily attaches to tools, toys, utensils and more! It enables children and adults with limited or no grip strength to accomplish all the necessary acts of daily living, and helps to achieve a more independent lifestyle. The EZs are made of soft, flexible food grade silicone, and are latex free. Eazy to use. Eazy to clean.

DAILY LIVING- This is a low tech gripping device. It can be used on a variety of objects including writing utensils, eating utensils, toys, etc. This device allows students with special needs to grip things they may not normally be able to.

More NEURO IFRAH splint •	Position on hand only after mobilizing & preparing hand •	Secure in place….it has a sequence for proper positioning for tone inhibition….•	Using Coban here but prefer “nursing tape” as it does not allow “give” from spascticity

More NEURO IFRAH splint • Position on hand only after mobilizing & preparing hand • Secure in place….it has a sequence for proper positioning for tone inhibition….• Using Coban here but prefer “nursing tape” as it does not allow “give” from spascticity

Smart phone holder for hands with sensory loss and incoordination- made with splinting scrap materials.  Outreach Therapy Consultants

This will allow people with grasping disabilities be able to use their smart phones or remote controls without any difficulties. It uses a thermoplastic slip on with large loops so the person can have a grip on the phone and not drop it.

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