Adjustable Telephone Support
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide a customized adjustable phone support to enable an individual with limited use of one arm to have less difficulty operating her speaker-phone. A vertical adjustment is provided by clamping the frame to vertical copper pipes that are mounted to a wall with hose clips. The up and down motion of the bottom of the phone is adjusted by pivoting the wood mounting base piece around the horizontal three-quarter-inch copper tube at its top edge. Adjusting the rotati
Body Mount (Leg) For Iphone, Ipod Touch And Ipad
The Body Mount (Leg) for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad is a cell phone holder and tablet computer mounting system for people with upper or lower extremity, grasping and mobility disabilities, people with use of one hand, and wheelchair users. The system includes two adjustable straps to secure an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch on the user's leg while seated in a wheelchair. OPTIONS: Mounts are available for the iPod Touch, iPhone 4, iPhone 4G, iPad 1 and iPad 2.
Go Ring is a cell phone holder and a stand for a tablet computer designed for use by individuals with fine motor, grasping, or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury or arthritis. The device reduces the risk of dropping and breaking smartphones and tablet computers. Go Ring fastens to the back of the device with an adhesive pad. It rotates in 360 degrees when used with a smart phone, and it can function as a stand for a tablet computer with adjustable mounting angles. The adhesive pad sup
H-92 Phone Holder
The H-92 Phone Holder is a cell phone holder and tablet computer mounting system designed for use by individuals with upper or lower extremity, grasping and mobility disabilities, individuals with use of one hand, and wheelchair users. The Phone Holder’s gel case attaches to the “Quick Connect” lever which screws into the end of a Short, Mini, Articulating, Magic Arm or Super Clamp (see separate entries). The screw size is 1/4-20. The Phone Holder expands from 1.625 to 4.5 inches. The “Quick-Con
Multi-angle Adjustable Phone Stand
The Multi-angle Adjustable Phone Stand is designed for use by individuals with fine motor or grasping disabilities or limitations, spinal cord injury, or arthritis to help them use their phone hands-free. The phone stand features a 270 degree adjustable angle ideal for recording or watching videos and reading at a comfortable angle. The adjustable stand is smooth but firm so the user’s phone will stay at the angle he chooses. Additionally, the stand includes an anti-slip silicone padding protect
The Phone Grips is designed for use by individuals with upper or lower extremity, grasping and mobility disabilities. The device is designed to place the phone inside the grip holder and thus making it easier to grab the phone.
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To enable an individual with motor neuron disease to talk on the telephone in privacy. Because the individual no longer has use of his arms, the device needed to be adaptable to both a standard cordless phone and a cell phone. The holder is equipped with a gooseneck arm and clamps to the push handle of a wheelchair. Attached to the gooseneck arm is a plastic spring clamp with jaws lined with vinyl. A caregiver dials the number being called and places the phone in the
Slim-Grip Bike Mount With Safety Strap (Model Sm532)
The Slim-Grip Bike Mount with Safety Strap, model SM532, is a cell phone wheelchair mount designed for use by individuals with lower extremity or mobilitiy disabilities or spinal cord injury. Originally designed for bicycles, this low profile mount is compatible with most smartphones with a screen size of 3.2 inches or more, with or without a case, including the iPhone, HTC, Samsung, Motorola, LG, Sony Ericsson, and ASUS. The mount has a 180 degrees tilt-swivel head that allows maximum viewing p
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To enable an individual with quadriplegia to access his home telephone. An existing overbed stand was adapted using the wall-mount bracket that came with the telephone. The bracket was mounted to the stand and the phone base attached to the bracket. The base is upside down, facing the user while he is lying on the bed. Consequently, the handset could not be placed in the base when not in use or for charging. A separate metal clip was attached to the stand to hold the