Pick

Results: 20

90 Degree Pick.

--- "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 Mult

Bilateral Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons who need to use wrist supination or pronation. A standard or elongated pick is attached to the ring of a bilateral bell shaker (a wire ring frame with two handles.) Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamusic- Baton: p 28. NARIC CALL NUMBER: R0272. 1980.

Cradle Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons with arthritis, spasticity, hypotonia, burned or scarred fingers, or partially amputated fingers. Pick is attached to a piece of orthoplast that is shaped around the finger. Can be applied to dorsal or ventral surface of the finger with a velcro strap. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamu

Distal Finger Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons with limited or no pincer grasp. Pick is attached to a dorsal shell made of orthoplast with a velcro strap for support. Can be attached to a toe. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Plastics. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamusic-Baton: p 23. NARIC CALL NUMBER: R0272. 1980.

Dowel Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Large pick for persons who has palmar prehension but not fine grasp. Wooden dowel 6 to 8 inches long with a slit at one end to hold standard pick. A bicycle handgrip can be put on other end of dowel to help grasping. Pick is grasped in palm and held by fingers without thumb, or can be held like pencil. can also be inserted into a palmar utensil holder. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted

Extended Thimble Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick provides support to finger and is recommended for persons who are tactilely defensive, for those with contracted fingers or for anyone with limited pincer grasp. Pick is attached to the end of a rubber finger sleeve. Holes are put in the rubber sleeve for ventilation. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Mag

Finger Holed Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick with finger rings to provide support while strumming. A ring pick is modified with an extra finger ring to provide extra support while strumming. the extra ring can be attached in several ways depending on the ability of the person. It can be applied to a closed fist with the pick extending out from the hand, or over the second and third fingers where it does not interfere with the thumb. Can be made with polyform or be cementing a second commerci

Finger Sleeve Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick is recommended for persons with stiff finger joints or those with hypotonic hand muscles. Pick is adapted from a standard bowling thumb protector by inserting elastic for sizing and a wrist strap for support. Any commercial plastic pick can be glued to the leather thumb protector. Strumming accomplished by flexion or extension movements of the fingers or a rake grasp movement in abduction or adduction by the shoulder girdle. Includes drawing. SKIL

Foot Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick is for person with no hands or those who do not have functional hands or fingers. Pick is a large plastic curved plate which extends past the toes and curves up around the sides of the front of the foot. A 1 inch velcro strap is riveted to the sides of the wide part of the pick and extends across the top of the foot. A second strap attaches between the first and second toes to add security. Strumming is accomplished by dorsi-flexion and plantar fl

Hand Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons with minimal hand or finger function. Large conical pick is larger than the hand and is secured by an elastic wrist cuff. Whole hand serves as the pick. Can be adapted for the foot. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Plastics. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamusic-Baton: p 26. NARIC CALL NUMBER: R0272. 1980.

Knuckle Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons with flaccid fingers. Pick is supported by a 1 inch wide band of orthoplast that wraps around the index and little fingers, with the pick falling between the third and fourth fingers perpendicular to the band. The pick extends into the palm allowing the strings to be strummed with shoulder, arm or wrist movement. Can be used with cock-up wrist splints. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Plastics. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: C

Maxi Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Large pick for persons who do not have supination or who have weak grasp. Large pick made of 1/ 4 to 1/2 inch thick hard felt. Cork is added to the wide end of the pick, or an elastic strap can be riveted to edges for extra traction. Easy to hold with gross lateral grasp or palmar pinch. Can be used by persons with uncontrolled movements such as athetoid, and it allows the vibrations to be felt by the whole hand. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Sewi

Palm Strap Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons who need to use external rotation of the arm. An elongated pick is glued or riveted to a palm strap which is secured to the ventral side of the hand with a velcro strap. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Sewing. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamusic-Baton: p 28. NARIC CALL NUMBER: R0272. 1980.

Pick Glove.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons without pincer grasp, recommended for persons who have had strokes, or severe hand burns, or persons with less than normal muscle tone. Glove has a pick attached to the end of each finger. a velcro wrist strap adjusts sizing and an open thumb area allows easier donning. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book:

Pick Strap.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick on wrist strap for persons with no ability to grasp with fingers. Standard pick is mounted in a conical mound of plastic putty or orthoplast. The plastic is mounted onto a 1 inch elastic wrist strap with velcro or epoxy. Can also be placed on foot. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Sewing. Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamusic-Bato

Special Guitar Pick

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable an individual with weakness of the hands to use a guitar pick. The Special Pick was constructed of moldable splint material. The pick of choice is attached first to the "L" shaped form of the holder. The whole form is then heated in near boiling water and, when pliable, wrapped tightly around the thumb and forefinger. Held in this position the hand is run unter cold water until the plastic sets. The end result is a pick firmly held in the correct posit

Spiral Finger Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons who do not have good pincer grasp or who need the finger supported while strumming. Pick is attached to a spiral of orthoplast that is formed on the desired finger. Can be used with contracted fingers, and can be turned so its strumming end is wither on the dorsal, ventral or lateral surface of the finger. Can also be used on a toe or with mouth sticks. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Plastics. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE:

Strapped Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons with minimal or no pincer grasp, or no functional thumb prehension. Standard felt or plastic pick can be fixed to the end of a finger with a velcro strap. On ventral surface of finger standard strumming patterns can be used. Can also be attached to the dorsal surface of the finger to strum in the supine position. Can be used with a toe. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapte

Wrist Strap Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons with contracted or amputated fingers or flaccid hand tone. Large flat and elongated plastic pick has an elastic cuff. Velcro strap adds support and adjustability. Pick can be rotated to the dorsal or ventral side of the hand. Strumming is done with arm movement. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St loui

Y Shaped Bilateral Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons who need to use elbow or shoulder abduction or adduction motion. A pick is inserted into the end of a Y shaped bilateral beater (a Y shaped dowel assembly). Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. Simple woodworking. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamusic-Baton: p 28. NARIC CALL NUMBER: R0272. 1980.

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