The Accessi Book is a robot-like invention that was developed for use by people with upper extremity disabilities that turns pages of a book. The Accessi Book allows people with ALS, ataxia, and other upper extremity disabilities to read with ease.
The Emma Pen is designed to steady a person with Parkinson's disease's hand and allow them to draw straight lines and write legibly. The Emma intentionally shakes the user’s arm, interrupting the feedback loop that impedes normal movement.
The Soap Gripper is a bathroom accessory for bathing, designed for individuals with ataxia or other upper extremity disabilities who have trouble gripping a bar of soap. A suction cup grips a bar of soap firmly.
Trace the 8S is ac activity crafted in part to enhance occupational therapy patients with Ataxia and other fine motor disabilities’ visual-motor skills, scanning skills, brain integration, oculomotor skills, working memory and attention and focus. Trace the
The Turn Easy Transfer Disc is a rotating pivot disc designed for individuals with mobility disabilities to transfer from a chair or bed. Suitable for any type of transfer, especially transfers in close spaces.
The XX Long Sliding Transfer Bench is a bench used to make transfers from the toilet to the bathtub easier. Transfer bench includes a safety belt. The backrest can be installed on either side of the transfer bench seat.