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Donning Shoe Stand

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Donning shoes is a stand design that can be done at home to help people with physical and cognitive disabilities, Hemiplegia, hip problems, and other related disabilities. The stand helps to elevated the shoe so that the user can independently put it on, tie it, or tighten it. It is built like a store stool with a triangular center for precision and stability. To make, start with foam with a shallow channel in the center. Then insert and glue a loop of webbing to make the device easy to pick up and move, and glue non-slip shelf lining material to the base. 

Technical Specifications: 

Foam.

Glue loop.

Webbing.

For better use, rest the stool against a sturdy furniture or a wall. 

 

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