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Rotating One Hand Button Aid and Zipper Pull, Model F738860005

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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.

Technical Specifications: 

Works with buttons up to 3/8 inches Diameter.

The handle is 1 1/4 Diameter x 4 inches.

Dimensions: 11 inches x 6 inches x 1.125 inches (L x W x H).

Warranty: 12 months parts and labor.


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Rotating One Hand Button Aid and Zipper Pull, Model F738860005

Made By:

Denis Anson, MS OTR/L
Denis Anson, MS OTR/L Organization Type: 
Denis Anson, MS OTR/L Assistant Professor College Misericordia Occupational Therapy Department 301 Lake St. Dallas, PA  18636 717/674-6413 717/674-8902 fax Activities: Teach Assistive Technology and Computer Access at the University level. Interests: Computer Access - application of computers to support cognitive deficits and comparison of alternate access systems. Assistive technology for communication aids and environmental control. Resources: Consultation on access systems, training facilities, and client needs, development and presentation of training workshops for computer access assessment.

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Ableware ( Formely Maddak, Inc.)
Ableware ( Formely Maddak, Inc.) Organization Type: 
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