The Cane/Crutch Holder, model 70324, is a spring-loaded clip designed to grip any cane or crutch to a table, desk, or counter. The clip has a foam rubber pad on each side to keep it in place. The holder will accommodate shafts from 5/8-inch to 1-inch in diameter.
The Cane Holder, model 70325-0002, is a double-clip holder that allows a cane or crutch to be suspended or secured against any tubular structure such as a table leg, walker, commode, wheelchair, or lawn chair. The non-marring, plastic clips have grooved gripping surfaces. DIMENSIONS: 3 x 2 x 1.75 inches.
The Cane Holder, model 0113, is designed to stabilize crutches or canes against a counter or table when not in use. The small unit clips onto the cane/crutch at any height, and the holder rests on the edge of any horizontal surface to balance the cane/crutch by gravity.
The Crutch and Cane Holder, model 92, is designed to mount to the back of a wheelchair. The device features a strap and buckle at the top and a cup attached to the tipping lever to secure the crutches or cane.
The Crutch Bag for Wheelchair is designed for use by people with lower extremity, walking or mobility disabilities who use crutches and a wheelchair. This bag, which is available made of nylon, sunbrella, or cordura, provides the means for transport a pair of crutches while seated in a wheelchair. The bag attaches to the back of a wheelchair and fits one pair of crutches in an upright position. It has an outer pocket for additional items and a flap with a Velcro closure. DIMENSIONS (HxWxD): 20.5
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide a customized crutch carrier for a scooter used by person with post-polio syndrome. This device is created by cutting two 30 centimeter lengths of PVC tubing that are large enough in diameter to accommodate the lower part of the crutches while holding them firmly in position. Two tube clips are used to hold each piece of tubing in place, and are screwed through into the frame of the scooter seat back. TITLE: Carrying Crutches. JOURNAL: TAD Journal. REF: Volu
DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To keep his wife’s crutches handy from her wheelchair, Mel Nowland, a retired engineer, mounted a loaf pan to the bottom of the chair with electrical brackets. He added Velcro straps to fasten the crutches in the pan so his wife can carry them with her. AUTHOR: Wechsler, K. TITLE: Doing It Yourself. JOURNAL: Quest. WEB SITE: http://www.mda.org/publications/Quest/q113diy.html. REF: Vol. 11, No. 3, May/June 2004. PAGES (including cover): 4.
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted crutch holder for an adult with cerebral palsy. This individual works as a disability advocate and often spends most of her eight-hour work day at her desk. She was leaning her crutches against her desk just inside her office door; however, this was causing a safety issue since the crutches partially blocked the entrance and at times they would fall down and would be difficult for this individual to pick up. Based on a wood
The Easy Klaw is a cane or crutch holder designed for use by individuals who use canes. This unit turns any flat surface into a convenient support stand. Set the unit on the edge of a flat surface and it sticks in place, ready to hold and the extra-wide opening provides access for larger diameter items, including crutches. The rubberized grip does not slip or scratch. DIMENSIONS (WxDxH): 3.5 x 4 x 1 inch. WEIGHT: 12 ounces.