Active Hands markets a “mini-size” gripping aid that promotes improved dexterity for pediatric users with weak grip or poor hand function. The company notes that the General Purpose Gripping Aid – Mini Size is an adaptation of its General Purpose aid for children under the age of 5 whose grip or hand function may have been impacted by a variety of conditions, including Cerebral Palsy (CP), Muscular Dystrophy, Spina Bifida, and Guillain-Barré syndrome.
The product can assist patients when using an adaptive tricycle, allowing users to hold onto the handlebars tightly and securely. The product may also lend itself to additional play activities. The General Purpose Gripping Aid – Mini Size is reportedly available in pink or blue, and fastens on the back of the wrist, easing the fastening process for parents and caregivers.
The product is comprised of tough webbing and durable neoprene.
For more information visit www.activehands.com
[Source: Active Hands]