There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • FYSIO4ALL

    Een goedkope oplossing voor mensen met een niet zo sterke hand. Simply cut a hole in a tennis ball to slip a pen through, or wrap a washcloth and ponytail holder around a pencil to make these items easier to grip. These modifications would be helpful for those who have poor grip strength or for those who experience pain when holding a pen, such as in cases of arthritis. $1 or less

  • Hop'Toys

    Une astuce simple pour les enfants #dyspraxique pour faciliter la préhension des stylos. Un #DIY facile à réaliser. Les troubles #DYS

Related Pins

Tennis ball jar opener for those with poor grip. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/....

Bip Grip, jumbo locking pencil grip

Working with anyone who has poor grip strength of reduced ROM in their hands? Foam tubing! #OTlifehack

DIY tennis ball chair: cut tennis ball in half and put on old muffin baking tin!

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.

The Pengrip provided just the extra strength between thumb and forefinger to hold the pen in place and she was then able to write very well. The grip is made from a 1/4" strip of splint plastic that becomes pliable when heated in near boiling water and is available at medical supply stores.

Nous allons tenter dans cet article de vous proposer 10 outils pour faciliter le quotidien d'un enfant dyspraxique.

Tennis ball with smaller slit. More difficult to squeeze than larger slit. Small buttons. Can work on grip strength, bilateral coordination, in hand manipulation, fine motor coordination.

Preschool center idea. Helps with fine motor strength and control!- I have these clips for my hair. I need to use them on pencils instead.

What a great adaptive idea to help kids hold a pen, pencil or even a paint brush. Perfect for kids with limited abilities.