The Automatic Liquid Soap Dispenser, model 8360, is a liquid soap dispenser designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. As the user places a hand under the unit's plastic dolphin, a photocell detects the hand and the dolphin automatically dispenses a predetermined amount of liquid soap. Red eyes on the dolphin light as soap dispenses. Made from ABS and PP plastic, the unit has a skid-free base and is wall mountable. It holds up to eight ounces of standard liquid soap. POWE
DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable an individual with Friedrich's ataxia to dispense various items that come in spray containers requiring a button to be depressed with the index finger. Purchasing spray bottles with trigger levers, which can be filed with body spray, hairspray, conditioner, etc. for easier application. MATERIALS: Trigger spray bottles. AUTHOR: Labbe, A. TITLE: Quest Extra: Doing It Yourself. JOURNAL: Quest. WEB SITE: http://www.mda.org/publications/quest/extra/qe14-5
Hand Sanitizer Compliance Device is designed to improve and monitor hand sanitizer compliance among providers with an audio recording reminder and compliance tracking feature. It is a low cost and customizable solution to this problem, and has the potential to reduce the costs associated with both treating hospital acquired infections (HAIs) and compliance monitoring that is required for accreditation bodies.
The Joseph 85105 BladeBrush Knife and Cutlery Cleaner Brush Bristle Scrub can be used by users with upper extremity or grasping disabilities. The device allows users to clean both sides of a utensil at once, while keeping fingers away from any sharp edges. Its tough bristles quickly remove food debris and the textured grip helps prevent users hand from slipping. After use, the brush can be placed on the side of a dish rack or on the edge of the sink to dry.
DO IT YOURSELF ENTRYPURPOSE: To provide a stable holder for liquid soap pump bottles used by people with upper extremity, grasping, or fine motor disabilities, arthritis, or use of one hand. This artzicle, part of a chapter entitled "Bathroom & Washing Up," provides illustrated step-by-step instructions with a detailed materials list for making a simple holder to enable the user to dispense liquid soap from a pump-style container without holding or grasping the bottle. MATERIALS: 1 x 3 inch
The Naiver Battery-Powered Automatic Sensor Soap Pump is a touchless, liquid soap dispenser designed for individuals with the use of only one hand or limited manual dexterity or strength. This wall-mountable unit has an infrared sensor that can detect the user’s hand from 0-10 centimeters away. When the user is in range, the unit will automatically dispense soap right into his or her hand. the Sensor Soap Pump has a non-drip design and a large opening for refills. The Naiver Battery-Powered Auto
The OXO Good Grips® Soap Dispensing Dish Brush is a long handled cleaning brush that individuals with upper or lower extremity disabilities can use to wash dishes. Once it has been filled with liquid dish soap, the OXO Good Grips® Soap Dispensing Dish Brush dispenses a stream of soap with the light push of a button. It has a soft, non-slip handle, so users can either grip it close to the Dish Brush head for extra scrubbing power or hold the back end of the handle for added reach. The OXO Good Gr
The Sensor Soap Pump is a liquid soap or lotion dispenser designed for use by individuals with neurological, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This automatic unit dispenses soap touch-free when the user places a hand under the sensor. An LED light timer blinks for 20 seconds to indicate how long to lather for germ-free hands. Four volume settings allow the pump to dispense preset amounts of soap or lotion. The unit holds 14 ounces of soap or lotion. POWER: U
The SimpleOne Automatic Touchless Soap Dispenser is a hands-free liquid soap dispenser that can help individuals with the use of only one hand or an upper extremity disability. When the user places his or her hand under the nozzle, the unit’s motion sensor technology will detect it and automatically pump soap into his outstretched hand in 0.2 seconds. The dispenser’s silicone valve will prevent messy drips and clogs, and the user will be able to see how much soap is left in the dispenser through