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------- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons who have developed a hook or palmer grasp or for persons with a wrist splint or cast. Standard pick is inserted sideways into a slit at one end of a thin dowel 5 inches long. the other end is fitted into a 4 inch by 1/2-1 inch thick wooden holder at a 90 degree angle. Encourages flexion of the fingers.Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Simple woodworking. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamusic-Baton: p 19. NARIC CALL NUMBER: R0272. 1980.

Notes: should not be used with person with spasticity.

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This product record was updated on July 27, 1996.

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