Ableware Button Aid/Zipper Pull
Ableware Button Aid/Zipper Pull helps is one tool that is both a button aid and a zipper pull that allows users to dress independently. It has an easy-to-hold cushioned handle and is ideal for weaker grips and arthritic hands. Ideal for those with Parkinson’s, MS, ALS, arthritis, or for individuals recovering from surgery.
Accessible Zipper Pull
The Accessible Zipper Pull is designed for those individuals with arthritis and upper extremity disabilities to help them get dressed.
Arthritis Daily Helper Kit (Model 557183)
The Arthritis Daily Helper Kit, model 557183), combine products designed for use by individuals with arthritis, fine motor or grasping disabilities or limited hand dexterity. Intended to assist arthritis sufferers with daily tasks, this kit features the following item: Dr. Grip Pen, Rubber Doorknob Extension, EZ Key Turner, Button Hook with Zipper Pull, and Shoe Buttons (see separate entries).
Button Hook -- Zipper Pull
"DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable individuals with limited hand or finger control to manage buttons and zippers for independent dressing. To make this device, drill small holes in each end of the dowel. Twist cup hook into one of the hole, being careful not to split dowel. Straighten paper clip and bend the paper clip wire in half; pinch the fold with the pliers. Place paper clip wire over the dowel and twist ends to form button hook loop. Put a dab of glue in open hole of dowel and.
Button Hook / Zipper Pull (Models Da-5130, Da-5131, Da-5132, & Da-5133)
The Button Hook / Zipper Pull is a dressing aid designed for use by individuals with fine motor or grasping disabilities or arthritis. This small device assists in button and zipper fastening. It incorporates a stainless steel hook at one end and a "C" hook at the other. DIMENSIONS: Length is 160 millimeters (model DA-5130), 166 millimeters (model DA-5133), 205 millimeters (model DA-5131), or 210 millimeters (model DA-5132). WEIGHT: 11 grams (model DA-5130), 25 grams (model DA-5131), 35 grams (m
Button Hook / Zipper Pull Combo (Models 30086 & 30085)
The Button Hook/Zipper Pull Combo is a button hook and a zipper pull designed to assist people with physical disabilities with dressing. One end of the handle has a button hook imbedded in it and the opposite end holds a zipper pull. Model 30086 has a standard handle and Model 30085 has a ribbed handle. WARRANTY: The manufacturer warrants these products against defects in workmanship and materials for 90 days from the date of purchase.
Button Hook/zipper Pull Combo (Model Nc28635)
The Button Hook/Zipper Pull Combo, model NC28635, is a button hook and a zipper pull designed to assist people with physical disabilities with dressing. One end of the birch handle has a button hook imbedded in it and the opposite end holds a zipper pull. DIMENSIONS: The device is 8.25 inches long and the handle is 5/8 inch in diameter.
The Button Hooks are dressing aids designed for use by people with hand and finger disabilities. The hooks feature a poited wire loop that is slipped through the button hole to grasp the button; once the button is grasped, pull it back through the hole to finish buttoning. Available models include a wood handle (no. 2008), a built-up foam handle (no. 2009), a flexible handle for varios positons (no. 2011), large hooks (no. 2014), a sure han button hook (no. 2017), a rubber handle (no. 2022), a K
Clear Zipper Pull
The Clear Zipper Pull is a zipper pull designed for use by individuals with grasping difficulties or fine motor disabilities. To assist in closing and opening zippers, this unit has a metal clip that attaches to the zipper tab, and a loop for pulling. The loop can be tucked out of sight when not in use.
Combination Button Aid / Zipper Pull
The Combination Button Aid / Zipper Pull is designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities or limited grasping disabilities. The built-up soft grip rubber handle has a formed wite buttoning aid at one end and a brass hook for pulling zipper tabs at the other. DIMENSIONS: 8.75 inches long.
D.I.Y. Button Hook Zipper Pull
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To allow individuals with limited fine motor and dexterity participate in dressing activities by using a device to manage clothing buttons and zippers. MATERIALS USED: One - 7/8 inch metal cup holder hook, one - 6 inch long, 9/16 inch dowel, one jumbo paper clip, wood glue, Pliers. PREPPARATION: 1.Pre-drill small holes in each end of the dowel. 2.Put dab of glue in one hole of dowel. 3.Twist cup holder into hole being careful not to split dowel. 4.Stra
Grip Handle Button/zipper Pull Combo (Model Nc28616)
The Grip Handle Button Hook/Zipper Pull Combo is a button hook and a zipper pull designed to assist people with physical disabilities with dressing. One end of the ribbed rubber handle has a button hook imbedded in it and the opposite end holds a zipper pull. DIMENSIONS: The unit is 8.25 inches long and the handle is 1 inch in diameeter.
Homemade Zipper Pull Or Dressing Stick.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Device which can be used as a dressing stick or zipper pull for those with limited range of motion. Illustrates device made with a 1/2 inch diameter dowel of whatever length needed with a cup hook screwed into one end. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Independence Factory TITLE: How to Make it Cheap Manual: Volume 1 REF: Middletown, Ohio: Independence Factory: p 25 NARIC CALL NUMBER: R1181 PAGES (including cover): 2 1980.
I-Zip Zipper Pull Dressing Aid
The I-Zip Zipper Pull Dressing Aid is a zipper pull designed to help individuals with one hand or limited range of motion pull up a zipper on the back of a dress or blouse. This device consists of a clip that the user can attach to the zipper tab, and a lanyard that the user can pull to close/open the zipper. The I-Zip Zipper Pull Dressing Aid also comes with a travel bag.
Mabis DMI Small Button Aid and Zipper Pull
Mabis DMI Small Button Aid and Zipper Pull is ideal for those with limited hand dexterity or use of only one hand. It works by passing loop through button hole, over button and pulling button through loop. Metal hook assists with zippers. It comes with easy grip wood handle with button hole loop and small metal hook on opposite ends for zipper.
Plastic Handle Button Hook With Zipper Pull (Model 2038)
The Plastic Handle Button Hook with Zipper Pull, model 2038, is a combination button aid and zipper pull designed for use by individuals with grasping or fine motor disabilities, arthritis, limited hand dexterity or the use of only one hand. Designed to assist people with dressing by aiding with pulling zippers and fastening buttons, this device features a plastic handle with a button hook one end. At the opposite end is a slim metal hook that slips into the hole on a zipper tab to pull the zip
The PocketDresser is a combination buttonhook, zipper pull, and button aid designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. The device incorporates a large buttonhook, a small buttonhook, a zipper pick, and a closed loop buttoning aid, all of which fold into a pocket-knife-style handle. The zipper pick functions as a zipper pull and can be used to free a buried zipper tab or untie knotted shoelaces. A spring-tensioned design secures the tools to the handle and all
Ring Zipper Pull
The Ring Zipper Pull is designed to assist individuals with difficulties grasping small objects to work zippers. The metal ring attaches to zipper tabs with the attached clasp. DIMENSIONS: The ring is 1 inch in diameter.
Rotating One Hand Button Aid and Zipper Pull, Model F738860005
The Rotating One Hand Button Aid and Zipper Pull, Model F738860005 is a dressing aid designed for people with the use of only one hand. Allows the user to complete the entire buttoning process with only one hand. The foam handle provides an excellent grip and rotates to provide flexibility in getting a grip on the button and pulling it through the button hole. The brass hook at the other end is useful for pulling zippers.
Rubber Handle Button Hook With Zipper Pull (Model A720301)
The Rubber Handle Button Hook with Zipper Pull, model A720301, is designed to aid individuals with use of one hand or with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities to fasten buttons and pull zippers. One end of the rubber handle has a wire loop that slips over the button to pull it through the buttonhole. The hook at the opposite end of the handle slips into the eye of the zipper tab for pulling zippers. DIMENSIONS: The handle has a diameter of 0.75 inch.
Self Zipping Helper !
The Self Zipping Helper ! is a do it yourself product designed for those individuals with upper extremity disabilities to help them zip up dresses and jackets.
Sure Hand Button Hook / Zipper Aid (Model A9231)
The Sure Hand Button Hook/Zipper Aid, model A9231, is designed to aid individuals with use of one hand or with fine motor disabilities to fasten buttons and pull zippers. One end of the cushioned handle has a wire loop that slips over the button to pull it through the buttonhole. The hook at the opposite end of the handle slips into the eye of the zipper tab for pulling zippers. DIMENSION: Handle has a diameter of 1.5 inches.
Vive Dressing Stick with Zipper Puller
Easily dress and undress each day independently with the extended reach dressing stick by Vive. The durable and smooth wooden dressing stick includes an S-shaped hook for pulling on and pushing off clothing and a convenient zipper hook. A vinyl coating ensures the dressing stick will not snag or mar clothing.
The Zip Grips is a zipper pull designed to help individuals with one hand or limited range of motion to pull up a zipper. The Zip Grip is a plastic ring that attaches to any zip. The user can put their finger in the ring and easily pull open and close the zip. Additionally, the zips come in a pack of 6 and are machine washable.
Zip Grips are zipper pulls designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities. These large plastic rings snap onto the zipper tabs of shirts, sweaters, jackets, purses, luggage, etc. to provide a larger grip area. DIMENSIONS: One inch in diameter. COLOR: Black.
The Zip It is a zipper pull designed for use by individuals with fine motor or grasping disabilities or arthritis. Designed to enable individuals to dress without assistance, this device features a hook that grasps and closes the zipper. DIMENSIONS: The hook is 4 inches.
Zip-It Zipper Pull
The Zip-It Zipper Pull is a zipper pull designed to enable individuals with limited manual dexterity to manipulate zippers. The device consists of a T-Shaped handle with a hook imbedded in one end. To pull a zipper, the user slips the hook through the hole in the zipper tab and pulls the handle up or down.
Zipper & Button Puller (Model En27Crd)
The Zipper and Button Puller, model EN27CRD, is a combination button aid and zipper pull designed for use by individuals with arthritis or limited manual dexterity or strength. This folding device features a large plastic handle with a D-shaped hole at one end and a slim metal hook at the other end. The hook slips into the holes on a button to pull it through the button hole or into the hole on a zipper tab to pull the zipper up or down. The unit folds to half-length to fit into a pocket or purs
Zipper Aid (Model H73889)
The Zipper Aid, model H73889, is a long handled zipper pull designed to assist individuals with back clothing zippers. The wooden stick has a plastic crosspies handle and a Z-shaped hook for for catching zipper pull tabs. Twenty small rings are supplied for attaching to zipper tabs. DIMENSIONS: Stick is 20 inches long.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Hook to pull up long zippers or back zippers. Illustrates device made of a length of 30 to 50 test monofilament fastened on one end to a plastic drapery ring or bone crochet ring, and on the other to a small size cup hook, using an electrical crimp wire connector. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Independence Factory TITLE: How to Make it Cheap Manual: Volume 1 REF: Middletown, Ohio: Independence Factory: p 35 NARIC CALL NUMBER: R1181 PAGES (includin
"DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable people with fine motor or grasping disabilities to use a zipper. Cut 6 to 8 inches of fishing line and thread it through the hole in the zipper pull. Tie the ends together. The loop can be used to pull the zipper up and down and can be tucked into the zipper facing when not in use. MATERIALS: Clear fishing line. TOOLS: scissors. SKILLS REQUIRED: Cutting and tying. TITLE: Ten Dollar Tech. NEWSLETTER: TECHtalk, Illinois Technology Assistive Technology
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Helps to pull up a hard to reach zipper. Recommends turning an ordinary heavy gauge metal coat hanger into a zipper pull by holding the hangar's base, placing the V section over a door knob and pulling on the base until the hangar forms a long handle. Then wrap tape around the hangar's upper mid-section for support. To use, insert the hook into the zipper tab and pull up on the hangar. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: TITLE: Accent on Living REF: Jou
The Zipper Pulls are zipper pulls designed for use by individuals with fine motor or grasping disabilities or arthritis. These pulls attach to zippers on a variety of items, including jackets, sweaters, boots and luggage. They are made of polypropylene with grooved nylon grip tabs. DIMENSIONS: 3.25 inches long; the tabs are (LxW) 0.75 x 0.5 inches. COLOR: Assorted.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Hooks on handcuffs to pull zippers for persons with little or no finger strength or dexterity. Pictures three zipper pulls: 1) a metal strip to fit around the hand riveted into a loop, with a piece of wire bent into a hook riveted to it; 2) plastic wire or any suitable cordlike material looped to fit the hand and fastened with a piece of 1/4 inch tubing, crimped, attached to to a short piece of bent wire with a small electrical butt splice; 3) a 3/4 in
Zippering is an activity designed for children with upper mobility, grasping difficulties, or cognitive or learning disabilities to help them learn and practice skills need to zipper using a wide ribbon and bread ties. The act of zippering requires bilateral coordination, finger isolation, open thumb web space, separation of the two sides of the hand (on both hands), motor planning, pinch strength, eye-hand coordination, pincer grasp, and tripod grasp (most often of the non-dominant hand). This