A set of products that includes a folding tray with padded armrests, hand splints, conductive rings with touch pens for typing and mouse use.
This product set is intended for a person with arthritic over flexibility syndrome/ EDS and chronic wrist pain, limited control in the fingers and limited application of force.
This product is intended for a person with Rett syndrome, who is unable to stand steadily and perform fine motor skills actions.
This set of products includes a folding tripod that opens to a wide base that includes large wheels, and at the top is a smartphone holder. The set includes an accessory that connects to the thigh and a glove, to both of which a Bluetooth button can be attached.
The button is linked to the smartphone and when pressed, a picture is taken.
The tripod facing the person taking the picture provides stability and the option of choosing what to shoot sharply and clearly.
PLAYING THE GUITAR
3 projects for playing different guitars - one for a child born without fingers in one of his palms, the other for a person after a spinal injury and the third for a person with cerebral palsy.
The projects include the connection of a pick and / or slider to a splint or an accessory that fixes the parts on the hands and allows playing, while sitting in an ergonomic and correct position for playing the guitar, while taking into consideration the existing abilities of each customer.
Redesign of an eating accessory.
This accessory can be attached to a spoon or fork, and is the only accessory with which a person with a spinal cord injury or a person after a stroke can eat independently.
This accessory allows sense of self-worth, and considers how the person using it is perceived by the others and by himself, when he uses a product that looks aesthetically pleasant and clean.
This product is designed to be used several times a day, every day.
A combination of rehabilitative exercises in basic cooking utensils: kitchen knife and a peeler.
The knife and peeler follow the internal palm curves and support it. The knife produces a practice for the elbow and the peeler produces a practice for the thumb and fingers.
These products incorporate elements from the world of occupational therapy, designed to allow people to return to activities of daily living with impairment in the ability to activate the palm and/ or fingers.
The handle - the colored part of each tool, is made of a thermoplastic material that can be heated and shaped to any size and shape of a mature hand.
Thus, each tool is held on the hand and provides confidence and ease of use.