TEACHER-MADE ADAPTED DEVICES FOR ARCHERY, BADMINTON, AND TABLE TENNISReturn to Search Results
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------- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Desire to have a teenage boy with muscular dystrophy participate in activities with his peers led to creation of an adapted archery bow. This student was only able to move forearms, wrists, and fingers independently. A 3/16 inch piece of aluminum is cut in the shape of the belly of the bow. Holes are drilled into the bow so that fasteners can be inserted. The aluminum piece is bolted to the fasteners. A piece of wood is cut measuring 1 1/2 inches square and the approximate length of the draw for a 12 pound pull bow when using a 26 inch arrow. A piece of 1/8 inch aluminum is shaped to join the wood strip to the bow. Includes illustration. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. Metalworking. AUTHOR: Cowart, J TITLE: Teacher-Made Adapted Devices for Archery, Badminton, and Table Tennis JOURNAL: Practical Pointers REF: Vol 1 No 13, May 1978: p 5-6 NARIC CALL NUMBER: R0231 PAGES (including cover): 3 1978.
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