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------- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Adaptations to artists' paintbrushes to make them easier to use for people with difficulty in gripping and manipulating. Describes three adaptions: putting a piece of plastic tubing or plumber's pipe insulation over the handle; fastening the brush to a wooden dowel with a bolt and wing nut to allow adjusting angles; and putting the brush into a hole drilled through the diameter of the dowel. COMMENTS: For further information contact developers: National Institute on Art and Disabilities, 551 23rd St., Richmond, California 44804, 415-620-0290. Verbal permission given to include drawings. Inforamtion is described in the book "Art & Disabilities", Brookline Books, Cambridge, MA, 800-666-BOOK. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR: Gugerty, J J; Tindall, L W TITLE: Tools, Equipment and Machinery Adapted for the Vocational Education and Employment of Handicapped People: Supplement REF: Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin-Madison Vocational Studies Center: p 2-3 NARIC CALL NUMBER: R2479 PAGES (including cover): 3 1983.
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