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Tennis ball jar opener for those with poor grip.
Scatterpillar Scramble: Love this game for working on fine motor skills (hand strength and tripod grip). -- Repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins
A great activity to be adapted for Halloween thematic work- feeding "monsters" made of tennis balls! Great for building gripping strength and fine motor control.
What a great adaptive idea to help kids hold a pen, pencil or even a paint brush. Perfect for kids with limited abilities.
This assistive technology device is an ideal solution for individuals with limited grip strength that have difficulty holding the steering wheel. The device attaches to the wheel and has a cuff that holds the hand in place.
We're going to take a closer look at grip strength - with particular attention to your hand digits (fingers and thumb) and their intrinsic muscles.
Expiratory/Inspiratory muscle strength training to help with dysphagia
In home sensory diet tools with instructions how to make/acquire for cheap. (ball bath, resistive tunnel, crash pad, tactile tent etc)
Tennis Ball Jar Opener
Occupational Therapy: Hand strengthening activity! Have kids feed the tennis ball using beads or crumpled up tissue paper.
gardening aid for limited wrist and hand strength
Tripod Mounting a Hairdryer for one handed living