Music

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90 Degree Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons who have developed a hook or palmer grasp or for persons with a wrist splint or cast. Standard pick is inserted sideways into a slit at one end of a thin dowel 5 inches long. the other end is fitted into a 4 inch by 1/2-1 inch thick wooden holder at a 90 degree angle. Encourages flexion of the fingers.Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Simple woodworking. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Mult

Adapted Musical Instrument

Adapted Musical Instrument are designed for individuals with limited upper extremity strength and coordination associated with cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury or upper motor neuron involvement. These instruments have been adapted for use on a wheelchair tray. The upper wood bar is removable to drum on the lower bar or the upper instrument. This would be good for a student who may only have the use of one hand and is unable to hold the instrument with the other hand.

Aftershokz Sportz 2

The AfterShokz Sportz M2 are bone conductive headphones designed for use by people with hearing and other disabilities. These lightweight, water-resistant headphones fit around the back of the head and rest in front of the ear, delivering stereophonic sound through the user's cheekbones to the inner ear. This permits the user to hear ambient noises such as oncoming traffic, car horns and other warning noises, while listening to the headphones. These headphones have a 3.5 millimeter (mm) gold-pla

Applicator

APPlicator is a Bluetooth Switch Interface that allows children and adults with neurological and mobility disabilities who require simple switch access within apps and simple access to the media player on an iPad. It can be used with up to 4 switches or with a "tap" of a button go into "Quick-Media Mode" and use the same 4 switches to control your audio library. Users can press the Quick Media Mode button for pre-configured access to: play/pause, skip forward, skip back and Timed Play - 10 sec

Assistive Device For Trumpet

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable an individual with upper extremity disabilities and who used a wheelchair to play the trumpet. The trumpet was modified to allow the valves to be triggered electrically, through use of solenoids attached to the trumpet valves. A frame was built to mount the trumpet, switches, and necessary control circuity to the subject's wheelchair. The switches were positioned on the frame to permit their operation with wrist, knee and foot. The frame was made to be

Band Jam (Model 1115)

The Band Jam, model 1115, is a switch-adapted musical instrument designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. The unit has five percussion instruments in one base. Activating any of the photo buttons enables the user to play a tambourine, triangle, drum, cymbal or maraca while multicolored LEDs light up. POWER: Uses 8 C batteries. DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 21 x 17 x 12 inches.WEIGHT: 5 pounds.

Bare Conductive

Bare Conductive is an East London engineering and designing studio. They developed a digital musical instrument accessible to everyone, including those with physical disabilities. The new technology allows an artist to express himself freely through music, regardless of physical limitations. It is one of the first instruments that is accessible for all people, enabling everyone to experience the healing power of music. This instrument was built using Bare Conductive’s Touch Board and Electric Pa

Bci Music

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of an adapted brain-computer interface (BCI) device which allows individuals with paralysis and/or severe disabilities play music by brain power alone. Developed by Eduardo Miranda at the University of Plymouth Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research (ICCMR) in the United Kingdom, this BCI device allows individuals with neurodegenerative diseases, muscular disorders, and paralysis to participate in creating music. Miranda’s ins

Beamz

Beamz is an interactive music system that can be used by individuals with upper extremity, neurological and cognitive disabilities. It is a musical instrument that enables special needs users and individuals of all ages to interactively create and play music. User’s pass their hands through the laser beams to trigger music, vocals or sound effects. The Beamz interactive music song library contains 50 songs. DIMENSIONS: 21 1/2" L x 4 1/2" W x 19 1/2" H. WEIGHT: 10 lbs. COLOR: Black. WARRANTY/GUAR

Beamz Education Bundle

Beamz Education Bundle is an interactive music system that can be used by individuals with upper extremity, neurological and cognitive disabilities. It is a musical instrument that enables special needs users and individuals of all ages to interactively create and play music. Users pass their hands through the laser beams to trigger music, vocals or sound effects. The Education package includes 50 songs and 10 lessons for education and therapy settings. The Education package includes the Beamz l

Beamz Family Play Bundle

The BeamZ Family Play Bundle is an interactive music system that can be used by individuals with upper extremity, neurological and cognitive disabilities. It is a musical instrument that enables special needs users and individuals of all ages to interactively create and play music. Users pass their hands through the laser beams to trigger music, vocals or sound effects. The Family Play Bundle includes 20 songs and 10 lessons that encourage family play. DIMENSIONS: 21 1/2" L x 4 1/2" W x 19 1/2"

Beater Wrist Strap.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Wrist strap for holding beaters for instruments. Wrist strap has a leather or suede oval 6 by 4 inches which is crossed with two velcro-ended elastic straps 6 to 8 inches long. A cylindrical pocket 3 to 4 inches long is sewn horizontally across the strap closest to the hand, and a pocket is sewn diagonally across the ventral side of the straps. Beaters, or other instruments with stick type of handles can be inserted in either pocket, controlled with su

Beaters.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Adapted beaters for musical instruments. A variety of adapted beaters are described with instructions for fabrication. The beaters have handle variations and straps to assist in grasp, as well as weight adaptations. The beaters can be used with drums, dulcimers, or other instruments. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. Woodworking. AUTHOR:Clark C. and Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped: A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St. L

Bicycle Grip Bilateral Beater.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Used to play percussion instruments. Beater is made from a 12 inch wooden dowel, topped with a hard felt ball tip. The dowel is inserted into a triangular joint which is connected to two handles. Bicycle grips are placed on the ends of the handles for improved grip. 20 inches long. Should not be used by people who are flexion bound. Includes photograph. SKILLS REQUIRED: Simple woodworking, Assembly. AUTHOR: Modulations Co., 9 Sawmill Drive, Westford, M

Bilateral Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons who need to use wrist supination or pronation. A standard or elongated pick is attached to the ring of a bilateral bell shaker (a wire ring frame with two handles.) Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamusic- Baton: p 28. NARIC CALL NUMBER: R0272. 1980.

Body Pillow

The Body Pillow is a vibrotactile amplification system designed for use with children or adults with cognitive, neurological, or emotional disabilities. Used for positioning, calming, or stimulating, this large, beanbag-style pillow is made of soft-filled heavy-duty vinyl and accommodates one or two children or adults. A built-in patented vibroacoustic speaker system provides tactile stimulation, enabling users to feel music as well as hear it for a full-body experience of sound and vibration. T

Bongo Drums (Model 756)

The Bongo Drums, model 756, is a switch adapted musical instrument designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities. High-quality, tunable wooden bongos are attached to a base fitted with a drumstick on each side. When two connected capability switches (required but not included) are activated, the drums are played. A tuning key is included. POWER: Uses 4 D batteries. DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 18 x 12 x 11.5 inches. WEIGHT: 7.75 pounds.

Book Port Dt

Book Port DT is a desktop-style Digital Talking Book player and recorder designed for individuals who are blind or have low vision. The design includes a large, clear-sounding speaker and easy-to-use controls. Book Port DT is ideal for reading Digital Talking Books. Users can also record or edit their own material in Digital Talking Book format. In addition, users can listen to internet radio or podcasts for education or entertainment. Book Port DT offers: • National Library Service (NLS) Ca

Braille Sheet Music

Braille Sheet Music is designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. These are braille editions of pop music from the print music publishing company Hal Leonard Corp. Twenty-five individual sheet music pieces are available, consisting of the piano-vocal-guitar (pvg), easy piano (ep), or piano solo (ps) versions of the following music: Forrest Gump Main Title (Feather) Theme (ep, ps); Great Balls of Fire (Jerry Lee Lewis) (pvg); Heart and Soul (pvg, ep, ps); Imagine (John Lenn

Caketalking For Sonar

CakeTalking for SONAR is a voice output music composition program designed to make SONAR, a software program used for recording music and printing scores, accessible to persons who are blind or have low vision. CakeTalking customizes the JAWS for Windows screen reader (see separate entry) so blind users can access the SONAR software. It also offers a series of tutorials for blind users in the form of electronic documents of hundreds of pages that instruct the JAWS user on all the "how to's," pro

Chordmaps.com - Yours To Play It

Chordmaps.com- Yours To Play It! is a music composition program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, neurological, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This software package enables the user to play chords and chord progressions by clicking on an on-screen "musical map" with a mouse or similar controller. This songwriting and educational music tool enables the user to explore chords and progressions in all the major keys, even if they have never played an instr

Clamp On Holder.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Table or stand holder for supporting horn or other wind instruments. The holder is made from a standard harmonica brace (available commercially). A horn-to-holder adapter is made of wood, hard felt, pressboard, or molded plastic. A hole is cut in the middle which fits snugly on the horn just behind the mouthpiece. The holder is angled correctly using screw adjustments at the base of the brace. The holder is fitted to an expandable bar that is attached

Clinical Recliner

The Clinical Recliner is a vibrotactile amplification system designed for use by individuals with cognitive, neurological, physical, or emotional disabilities. Used for positioning, calming, or stimulating, this chair features modern styling, a welded steel frame, and a patented gas spring recliner mechanism which enables the chair to recline to the Trendelenburg position. A built-in patented vibroacoustic speaker system provides tactile stimulation, enabling users to feel music as well as hear

Cloud Chair

The Cloud Chair is a vibrotactile amplification system designed for use with children with cognitive, neurological, or emotional disabilities. Used for positioning, calming, and entertaining, this beanbag-style chair is made of soft-filled heavy-duty vinyl and features an integral backrest and surrounds the child on three sides. A built-in patented vibroacoustic speaker system provides tactile stimulation, enabling users to feel music as well as hear it for a full-body experience of sound and v

Computer Interface Music Maker

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To develop a computer interface that tracks the movement of a user’s head, allowing them to produce electronic sounds and compose music on a virtual keyboard. Working with a team of musicians and programmers; Zane Van Dusen, Rensselaer Polytech Institute senior, creates a device to be used by individuals with severe mobility disabilities. This prototype allows individuals with severe mobility disabilities to express his or her creativity through music. The user

Cradle Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons with arthritis, spasticity, hypotonia, burned or scarred fingers, or partially amputated fingers. Pick is attached to a piece of orthoplast that is shaped around the finger. Can be applied to dorsal or ventral surface of the finger with a velcro strap. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamu

Creative Ensembles For Beginning Musicians, First Series (Print And Braille)

Creative Ensembles for Beginning Musicians, First Series, is a Braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. This instructional course-curriculum is a collection of 25 trios for readers of music at the beginning level. The book follows the progression of concepts as presented in Richard Taesch's An Introduction to Music for the Blind Student, Part I (see separate entry). These trios can be played on keyboard, sung, or performed on a student's primary

Distal Finger Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons with limited or no pincer grasp. Pick is attached to a dorsal shell made of orthoplast with a velcro strap for support. Can be attached to a toe. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Plastics. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamusic-Baton: p 23. NARIC CALL NUMBER: R0272. 1980.

DIY Recorder Assistance Tool

The Recorder Assistance Tool is designed for individuals who are unable to use a finger as a result of an amputation who desire to play a recorder. 

Dowel Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Large pick for persons who has palmar prehension but not fine grasp. Wooden dowel 6 to 8 inches long with a slit at one end to hold standard pick. A bicycle handgrip can be put on other end of dowel to help grasping. Pick is grasped in palm and held by fingers without thumb, or can be held like pencil. can also be inserted into a palmar utensil holder. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted

Elementary Piano For One Hand

Elementary Piano for One Hand is a music lesson book for learning to play the piano with one hand. It contains 30 pages of music specifically written to be played with one hand.

Entertainment Bundle

Entertainment Bundle is designed for use by children and adults with developmental delays, limited upper extremity strength, and coordination associated with cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, and stroke. This bundle includes a switch adapted CD Boom Box with a CD player, AM/FM radio and tape cassette, Starry Night  projection that plays calming sounds, and a Plasma Star that creates an interactive light show.  It also supports a music played from any MP3 player. Capability Switches require

Extended Thimble Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick provides support to finger and is recommended for persons who are tactilely defensive, for those with contracted fingers or for anyone with limited pincer grasp. Pick is attached to the end of a rubber finger sleeve. Holes are put in the rubber sleeve for ventilation. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Mag

Finger Holed Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick with finger rings to provide support while strumming. A ring pick is modified with an extra finger ring to provide extra support while strumming. the extra ring can be attached in several ways depending on the ability of the person. It can be applied to a closed fist with the pick extending out from the hand, or over the second and third fingers where it does not interfere with the thumb. Can be made with polyform or be cementing a second commerci

Finger Sleeve Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick is recommended for persons with stiff finger joints or those with hypotonic hand muscles. Pick is adapted from a standard bowling thumb protector by inserting elastic for sizing and a wrist strap for support. Any commercial plastic pick can be glued to the leather thumb protector. Strumming accomplished by flexion or extension movements of the fingers or a rake grasp movement in abduction or adduction by the shoulder girdle. Includes drawing. SKIL

Fonator System, Fonator Speech Trainer, & Fonator Auditory Speech Trainer

Vibrotactile amplification system. Used to assist deaf and deaf-blind students in learning how to speak to and to correct speech skills in children and adults with communicative disorders resulting from mental retardation, dysphasia, cerebral palsy or learning disabilities. User learns to imitate correct speech sound through detection of vibrations and comparison of user's own speech productions with those of the instructor. Teacher speaks into microphone, presenting the target skill; student li

Foot Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick is for person with no hands or those who do not have functional hands or fingers. Pick is a large plastic curved plate which extends past the toes and curves up around the sides of the front of the foot. A 1 inch velcro strap is riveted to the sides of the wide part of the pick and extends across the top of the foot. A second strap attaches between the first and second toes to add security. Strumming is accomplished by dorsi-flexion and plantar fl

Foot Strap.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Foot strap for holding instruments. Two versions of foot straps to hold simple instruments with stick type of handles. Foot strap A fits over socks, shoes or braces: two straps wrap around the forefoot with a longer strap wrapped around the heel like a sandal strap; the straps are sewn where they intersect and have velcro closures; side pocket loops are incorporated into the forefoot straps to hold the instrument handle. Foot Strap B is designed to be

Foot-Operated Rhythm Device

CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide recreation and lower extremity therapy for seniors and individuals with coordination and mobility disabilities. The device enables the user to tap a rhythm with his/her foot along with music. A base, angled to support a raised foot, was cut from plywood. Another piece of plywood was cut into the shape of a foot and metal shoe protectors, commonly used to protect the toe and heel of shoes, were fastened to the underside of the plywood foot in the toe and hee

Frames & Stands.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Frames and stands adapted for holding instruments. Various types of frames and stands are described for holding many types of instruments, including small drums. The stands put the instruments within reach of people sitting in wheelchairs or other positioning chairs, or on the floor. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR:Clark C. and Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped: A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St. Louis; Magn

Goodfeel Braille Music Translator & Goodfeel Lite

Goodfeel Braille Music Translator and Goodfeel Lite are braille music translation programs designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. Goodfeel Braille Music Translator automatically converts computer music files into braille music files. It transcribes lyrics as well as files in instrumental and keyboard formats. Goodfeel Braille Music Translator fully supports the 1997 international standards for music symbols and provides a choice of international, North American or United K

Guitar Holder

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable an individual with good finger control but limited arm strength to play the guitar. The guitar has a two-inch Velcro strip bonded to the guitar that can be locked on to a mating Velcro band around the leg, preventing the guitar from slipping from the correct position. The user's right arm has a support, also of Velcro, attached to the wheelchair armrest that fully supports the arm. WEB SITE: Workshop Solutions at http://www.workshopsolutions.com/COMPLE

Guitar Modification

---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adaptation for a guitar for an individual with left side hemiplegia in arm and leg due to stroke. An individual was a self-taught and lover of playing the guitar experienced a stroke that resulted in a left side hemiplegia in his arm and leg making the muscles on this side of his body weak. He had to learn how to walk again which he does with a cane. This also meant, he was no longer able to play the guitar because of the weakness

Guitar Tuner for the Blind (using an Arduino)

Guitar Tuner for the Blind (using an Arduino) is designed for individuals who are visually impaired. It uses Arduino Pro mini microcontroller, (all code is provided). This project was undertaken for the charity Remap, which provides custom-made equipment for people with disabilities.

Hand Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons with minimal hand or finger function. Large conical pick is larger than the hand and is secured by an elastic wrist cuff. Whole hand serves as the pick. Can be adapted for the foot. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Plastics. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamusic-Baton: p 26. NARIC CALL NUMBER: R0272. 1980.

How To Read Braille Music, 2Nd Edition

How to Read Braille Music, 2nd Edition, by Bettye Krolick, is a manual for teaching music braille for individuals who are blind or have low vision. This book gives an overview of braille music, and explains the music braille symbols most frequently found in elementary through intermediate-level music. It is written at a fifth grade reading level and is suitable for both children and adults. This edition has 44 pages and was published in 1998. OPTIONS: This manual is available in braille, print,

I Can Play The Piano

I can Play The Piano is a music lesson book using a color/picture matching system to teach the fundamentals of the piano.

Ibead Chain

The iBead Chain can be attached to an iPod, iPhone, MP3 player, or any device with an earphone jack to the speaker. To play music, user moves the beads. This device can be used for children and adults. It comes with two different activation choices: momentary or continuous play. In the momentary mode, the music plays when the beads are touched; in the continuous play mode, touch the beads and the music plays until the device is turned off.

Intro To The Guitar For The Visually Impaired

Intro to the Guitar for the Visually Impaired is an audio music training course designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This four-part training course teaches the basics of playing the guitar without using any written or Braille notation or visual references. This training course covers the basic chords, rhythms, and notes, and songs to go with them. "If" from the Guitar by Ear library is included. OPTIONS: Audio cassette or CD.

Intro To The Piano For The Visually Impaired & Piano Course 2 For The Visually Impaired

Intro to the Piano for the Visually Impaired and Piano Course 2 for the Visually Impaired are audio music training courses designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Intro to the Piano for the Visually Impaired is a four-part course that teaches the basics of playing the piano without using any written or Braille notation or visual references. In the course, the student learns the keys of C and G, the songs "Minuet in G" by Bach, "The Rose", and the "Theme from Love Story.

Introduction To Braille Music Transcription (Models 6-75960-00 & 8-75960-00)

Introduction to Braille Music Transcription, models 6-75960-00 & 8-75960-00, by Mary Turner De Garmo, is a manual for teaching braille music transcription for music students and musicians who are blind or have low vision. It is the text used by those studying to become certified music braille transcribers in the U.S. It gives detailed transcribing lessons with examples and exercises. The book is available in a four-volume braille edition (6-75960-00) or a 300-page, one-volume print edition (

Introduction To Music For The Blind Student, Part I (Print And Braille)

Introduction to Music for the Blind Student, Part I is a Braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. This is an instructional course-curriculum in music fundamentals, music reading, sight singing, theory, and ear-training using the Braille Music Code as the medium. Print music is considered secondary, and is included for the convenience of the sighted teacher or tutor. It is possible for a sighted or blind musician to administer or to study this wor

Introduction To Music For The Blind Student, Part Ii (Print And Braille)

Introduction to Music for the Blind Student, Part II is a Braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. This is an instructional course-curriculum in music fundamentals, music reading, sight singing, theory, and ear-training using the Braille Music Code as the medium. Part II builds on the braille music reading skills developed in the first four Phases of the course presented in Part I (see separate entry). Part II contains: PHASE FIVE-A The Circle of

Introduction To Piano For The Blind Student, Part 2

An Introduction to Piano for the Blind Student, Part 2 is a braille music manual designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision. A piano companion course and supplement for An Introduction To Piano For The Blind Student, Book 1, Graded Studies, this course requires functional knowledge of the braille music code presented in An Introduction to Music for the Blind Student, Part I (see entry) and in An Introduction to Piano for the Blind Student, Book 1 by Richard Taesch.

Introduction To The Piano For The Blind Student: A Course In Braille Music Reading, Book 1

An Introduction to the Piano for the Blind Student: A Course in Braille Music Reading, Book 1, by Richard Taesch, is a braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This piano course is designed for the student who already has fundamental knowledge of the braille music code in general. Those who pursue the piano as a primary instrument must develop the skill of playing two parts at one time. Braille music presents music for two hands in bar-over-bar piano

Jazz & Contemporary Chord Symbol Reading For The Blind Pianist

Jazz and Contemporary Chord Symbol Reading for the Blind Pianist is a Braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. Subtitled "How to Read Braille Chord Charts in Live Performance," this instructional course-curriculum by Richard Taesch follows the progression of concepts as presented in An Introduction to Music for the Blind Student, Part I (see separate entry). While it takes two hands to play piano, one hand can be used for basic chord structures,

Kayjae Backsaver Drum Practice Pad (Models Dp-1209, Dp-1609, & Dp-0809)

The KayJae Backsaver Drum Practice Pad is a drum pad designed for use by individuals with spinal cord, mobility, or other physical disabilities. Unlike standard drum practice pads which utilize floor stands that require the user to sit in an upright position while leaning forward, this device enables the user to practice in the most comfortable position for the user. The unit's thick gum rubber base is placed under the user's thighs, allowing the user's weight to keep it in place and the drum pa

Knuckle Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons with flaccid fingers. Pick is supported by a 1 inch wide band of orthoplast that wraps around the index and little fingers, with the pick falling between the third and fourth fingers perpendicular to the band. The pick extends into the palm allowing the strings to be strummed with shoulder, arm or wrist movement. Can be used with cock-up wrist splints. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Plastics. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: C

Learning Chair

The Learning Chair is a vibrotactile amplification system designed for use with children or adults with cognitive, neurological, or emotional disabilities. Used for positioning, studying, calming, or stimulating, this beanbag-style chair is made of soft-filled heavy-duty vinyl and features an integral backrest. A built-in patented vibroacoustic speaker system provides tactile stimulation, enabling users to feel music as well as hear it for a full-body experience of sound and vibration. This devi

Lime Aloud

Lime Aloud is a voice output music composition program and optical music notation reader program for use by people who are blind or have low vision. Working with JAWS for Windows (see separate entry), Lime Aloud allows the user to navigate through a musical score using standard cursor keys, and it enables a computer to play each note or chord and verbally describe related annotations such as accents, staccato marks, lyrics and ties. Lime Aloud includes the Lime notation editor and the SharpEye M

Lime Lighter

The Lime Lighter is music reading aid for use by people with low vision. The Lime Lighter consists of a touch screen computer running Windows 7 with a 20-inch diagonal screen with a 1920 x 1080 pixels display. The computer is mounted on a music stand. A wireless keyboard and mouse, stylus and USB food pedal are included. The Lime Lighter also includes the SharpEye Music Reader music optical character recognition (OCR) software (see separate entry) and the Lime music reading and editing software,

Make a Sound and Move Around

Make a Sound and Move Around is designed for use by toddlers and young children to nurture coordination, speech, sensory integration and social skills. It is a collection of 16 songs and activities. There is an accompanying “how to” booklet is filled with activity ideas and resources for parents and teachers.

Maxi Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Large pick for persons who do not have supination or who have weak grasp. Large pick made of 1/ 4 to 1/2 inch thick hard felt. Cork is added to the wide end of the pick, or an elastic strap can be riveted to edges for extra traction. Easy to hold with gross lateral grasp or palmar pinch. Can be used by persons with uncontrolled movements such as athetoid, and it allows the vibrations to be felt by the whole hand. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Sewi

Midiwing

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype instrument interface that allows individuals with disabilities to learn and play music through any device they want to use as an input for a variety of digitized musical instruments. Dan Daily partnered with Kent Pfeifer to create the MidiWing that uses just about any USB controller as input and connects to any MIDI (musical instrument digital interface) device like a computer or digital instrument for output. Pfeifer assisted Daily in bui

Milk Jug Holder

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: The Milk Jug Crayon/Marker Holder is a clever way to modify writing utensils for individuals who have fine motor and grasping difficulties hold and use a crayon/marker. It can also be used to hold drum sticks, scarves or ribbons (for play during music class), glue sticks, or paint brushes. MATERIALS USED: Plastic milk jug (1/2 gallon for crayons, 1 gallon for markers), 1” piece Hook (hard) sticky back Velcro, 1” piece Loop (soft) sticky back Velcro

Millennium Recliner

The Millennium Recliner is a vibrotactile amplification system designed for use by individuals with cognitive, neurological, physical, or emotional disabilities. Used for positioning, calming, or stimulating, this chair features modern styling and curved arms. A built-in patented vibroacoustic speaker system provides tactile stimulation, enabling users to feel music as well as hear it for a full-body experience of sound and vibration. This device connects to most stereo systems with 10 to 100 wa

Mini Carillon (Model 2201)

The Mini Carillon is a switch adapted musical instrument designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. Songs are played on the precision-tuned bells by using the color-coded song cards and pressing the matching color on the switch plates below the bells. Song cards include familiar nursery songs including "Twinkle, Twinkle" and "Mary Had a Little Lamb." Users can also play their own tunes or seven additional pre-recorded songs including "Old MacDonald" and

Mini Holder.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Holder for supporting horn or other wind instruments. An L shaped metal post extends up from an 8 inch square wooden base. A small rubber ball is attached to the short end of the L, parallel to the base. The ball is used to prevent instruments from falling off. The holder acts more as a rest to support the instrument than actually holding it in place. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. Woodworking. AUTHOR:Clark, C. and Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted In

Mini-Fonator

Vibrotactile amplification system. Single channel vibrator worn on wrist attaches by cord to pocket size amplification unit. Amplifier contains sockets for microphone or vibrator, a compartment for dry cells or rechargeable batteries and adjustment controls. Also has signal input for use with FM auditory trainer or pre-recorded material, and a signal output which can be connected to a hearing aid. When the FM receiver is connected to the device, (as in a classroom) the only vibrations sensed are

Music Factory

Music Factory is a music composition program designed for use by children with learning, cognitive, upper extremity, and fine motor disabilities. The program provides melodies, riffs, and rhythmic patterns that can be combined in thousands of ways, from simple to complex. Any combination will always work. Users can choose to hear their music in real-time mode or to compose, listen, and then record. Music can be composed in a variety of styles, including reggae, blues, and techno. Users can choos

Music Machine (Model 703)

The Music Machine is a switch adapted musical instrument designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities. Attach a percussion instrument (not included) and activate a connected capability switch (not included) and it beats to any preset rhythm. The speed is adjustable. POWER: Uses 8 double-A batteries. OPTIONS: Instrument set with cluster bells, maracas, and a jingle stick. DIMENSIONS: 9 x 6.5 x 4 1/8 inches.

Neck Holder.

-- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------ PURPOSE: Neck holder for supporting horn or other wind instruments. The neck holder is made from a standard harmonica brace (available commercially). A horn-to-holder adapter is made of wood, hard felt, pressboard, or molded plastic. A hole is cut in the middle which fits snugly on the horn just behind the mouthpiece. The holder is angled correctly using screw adjustments at the base of the brace. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. Woodworking. AUTHOR: Clark, C. and Chad

New & Improved Drum

The New and Improved Drum is a switch operated toy designed for use by children with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. The user can press the yellow switch attached at the base of the drum or activate a capability switch (not included) to make the drum stick twirl and beat a fast, rhythmic drum roll. POWER: Uses two C batteries. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 11 x 11 x 10.5 inches. COLOR: The base is red; the switch and drum stick are yellow.

New International Manual Of Braille Music Notation, Cd-Rom Edition

The New International Manual of Braille Music Notation, CD-ROM Edition, is a manual on braille music for individuals who are blind or have low vision. This CD-ROM includes the full text of the print edition. This reference work, compiled by Bettye Krolick, explains the braille music signs and rules adopted as the international standard by 16 countries in the World Blind Union. The book provides detailed explanations of how specific musical situations are handled in the music braille code. It has

One Button Analogue Radio

One Button Analogue Radio is the ideal solution for people with memory problems or dementia, those with poor coordination, dexterity problems, or partially sighted people who find operating standard radios difficult or confusing.  The radio can be easily set to the preferred station and volume using the two main control dials. The control knobs can then be removed, safely stored in the rear compartment of the radio, and the magnetic cover can be placed neatly on top of the control panel, ensurin

Palm Glove.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Glove adapted for holding instruments. A standard bowling glove without fingers is adapted with a velcro closing and padding in the palm area. A casing of leather or suede is glued or sewn across the palm into which the handle of beaters or other hand-held instruments is placed. A strip of velcro in the palm can be used for lightweight devices. Can be used for persons with no palmer grasp. SKILLS REQUIRED: Sewing. AUTHOR:Clark C. and Chadwick, D. TITLE

Palm Strap Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons who need to use external rotation of the arm. An elongated pick is glued or riveted to a palm strap which is secured to the ventral side of the hand with a velcro strap. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Sewing. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamusic-Baton: p 28. NARIC CALL NUMBER: R0272. 1980.

Piano Pedal Device

Piano Pedal Device is designed for individuals who have difficulty using their feet to press down on the pedals as a result of decreased strength, coordination and sensory sensation. A possible solution to this issue is for the pianist to operate the pedal with the movement of his/her leg. If the pianist can push their leg outward with enough strength to be able to push the pedal down, then a simple lever device can be utilized. The device works by the pianist pushing outward on one end of the l

Pick Glove.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons without pincer grasp, recommended for persons who have had strokes, or severe hand burns, or persons with less than normal muscle tone. Glove has a pick attached to the end of each finger. a velcro wrist strap adjusts sizing and an open thumb area allows easier donning. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book:

Pick Strap.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick on wrist strap for persons with no ability to grasp with fingers. Standard pick is mounted in a conical mound of plastic putty or orthoplast. The plastic is mounted onto a 1 inch elastic wrist strap with velcro or epoxy. Can also be placed on foot. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Sewing. Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamusic-Bato

Play-It-Now Tunes For Guitar

Play-It-Now Tunes for Guitar are audio music training courses designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision, dyslexia, or other visual learning disabilities. The lessons teach guitarists to play songs without the use of any reading materials. Each individual song lesson is delivered entirely on a standard CD using an all-audio method of instruction. Audio instructions presented by expert musicians teach the user how to play every note, chord, and strum of a song's primary guit

Primer Of Braille Music (Models 6-01350-00, 8-01350-00, & 8-01360-00)

The Primer of Braille Music, models 6-01350-00, 8-01350-00, and 8-01360-00, by Edward W. Jenkins (1960 with 1971 addendum), is a manual for teaching music braille designed for students who are blind or have low vision. It teaches braille music in 30 lessons with braille music reading exercises. The braille edition (6-01350-00) includes both the original 1960 text and the 1971 addendum. There are separate print editions of the 1960 text (8-01350-00) and the 1971 addendum (8-01360-00).

Professional Power Recliner

The Professional Power Recliner is a vibrotactile amplification system designed for use by individuals with cognitive, neurological, physical, or emotional disabilities. Used for positioning, calming, or stimulating, this chair features traditional tufted pillow recliner styling and a motorized recline mechanism. Stereo speakers are located at either side of the user's head. The built-in patented vibroacoustic speaker system provides tactile stimulation, enabling users to feel music as well as h

Qchord Digital Songcard Guitar

The QChord Digital Songcard Guitar is an electronic music synthesizer designed for use by children and adults with fine motor disabilities. The device enables the player to make music simply by pressing buttons and moving a hand up and down the strum plate. Shaped like the body of an electric guitar and designed for both musicians and those who have never played an instrument, this unit features a strumplate that strums like a guitar and a push-button keyboard that plays a range of chords or a m

Quintet

The Quintet is a music synthesizer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This device offers a selection of 128 different instruments and enables users to play and record their own songs. The device can be used as a solo instrument or played in a group situation. The unit is operated by five connected Buddy Switches (included; see also separate entry). Each switch can be assigned a different instrument. Controls include an on/o

Recorder

 The Recorder can be used by people with learning disabilities or autism. It is intended to develop rhythm, melody, and fine motor skills while creating music. 

Recorder Holder

CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide a means for a child with cerebral palsy to play the recorder. A two-part holder was creared using clear acrylic. The first part of the holder was a column of two-millimeter wide acrylic disks joined by a thin strip of acrylic. Each disk has a hole in the center, varying slightly in size to adjust for the instrument's tapered shape, creating frets about eight millimeters in diameter to guide the player's fingers. The finger guide was nounted on a stand with

Robo-Tar

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of a device that allows individuals with fine motor skill or upper extremity disabilities to play the guitar using a series of foot pedals. Robo-tar is a device that attaches to the neck of a standard guitar and actuates chords electronically using a series of pedals. The Robo-tar allows individuals to play the guitar with only one hand (strumming) and the use of one foot to control the appropriate chords. It is intended to reduce the learn

Rockstar Guitar Stand

---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a customized guitar stand that attaches to a wheelchair for an adult male with cerebral palsy. The Rockstar guitar stand provides a safe and durable attachment for the user’s wheelchair which supports his electric guitar and keyboard. The device attaches to the armrest supports of the wheelchair and allows for adjustment of the guitar platform to the most comfortable position for the user. When brainstorming design ideas it was decided that

ROMPA® Musical Squorner

ROMPA® Musical Squorner is designed by children and adults with sensory processing disorders, cognitive, emotional and intellectual disabilities.   Users can sit, sink and relax as the vibrations and music penetrates deep into the body.  The Squorner is bead-filled to conform to the user’s body.  

Sharpeye 2

SharpEye 2 is an optical music notation reader program for use by people who are blind or have low vision. SharpEye 2 scans printed music and converts it to various music file formats (MIDI, NIFF and MusicXML). The software also has a playback feature so that you can listen to the piece through a computer's sound card. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 95, 98, ME, NT4, 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7; Pentium II or greater processor with at least

Simple Music Player For Dementia

The Simple Music Player is designed for individuals with Alzheimer’s, dementia or other cognitive impairments. It has been designed to be as easy as possible to operate for the user. Setting up the player is undertaken by friends, family or caregivers, as a onetime process. Trails have been conducted to make sure the operation is highly intuitive and does not require any prior knowledge or memory to start and stop the player. The styling is also reminiscent of old radios and is instantly recogni

Skoog

The Skoog is a music synthesizer designed for use by children with disabilities that are unable to play standard musical instruments. The Skoog is a cube mounted on a square base with colored half spheres extending from all four sides and the top of the cube. The user can squeeze, press, roll, twist or wobble it to generate a sound. The Skoog connects to a computer via a USB cable (included), and it produces sound through the computer utilizing the Skoogmusic software, which included with the

Soundbeam (Kit A & Kit B)

Soundbeam is a music synthesizer control system designed to allow people with physical or developmental disabilities to create music on any instrument operating with MIDI without physical contact by interrupting a stream of ultrasonic pulses. The Soundbeam master or remote sensor sends out an invisible stream of ultrasonic pulses; when the beam is interrupted, echoes bounce back to the master. Soundbeam detects the interruption, measures the length of time required for the pulse to meet the inte

Sounzzz

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a visual, audio, and tactile MP3 player for individuals who are hearing impaired and/or deaf. It is a common misconception that individuals with hearing impairment and/or deafness cannot experience the joy of music. However, studies have shown that the sense of touch is heightened, allowing these individuals to perceive music in a totally different way. SOUNZZZ is a visual, audio, tactile MP3 player designed for the hearing impaired but

Special Guitar Pick

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable an individual with weakness of the hands to use a guitar pick. The Special Pick was constructed of moldable splint material. The pick of choice is attached first to the "L" shaped form of the holder. The whole form is then heated in near boiling water and, when pliable, wrapped tightly around the thumb and forefinger. Held in this position the hand is run unter cold water until the plastic sets. The end result is a pick firmly held in the correct posit

Spinning Symphony

Spinning Symphony is a musically based toy designed for children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. It is designed to engage users in active exploration, which helps to increase auditory development and listening skills. Press any of the bright colored instrument switches to hear six different Mozart compositions. At the touch of the switch, the user can add or subtract any of five different instruments (harp, French horn, piano, flute, and violin) from the composition. POWER:

Spiral Finger Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons who do not have good pincer grasp or who need the finger supported while strumming. Pick is attached to a spiral of orthoplast that is formed on the desired finger. Can be used with contracted fingers, and can be turned so its strumming end is wither on the dorsal, ventral or lateral surface of the finger. Can also be used on a toe or with mouth sticks. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Plastics. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE:

Strapped Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons with minimal or no pincer grasp, or no functional thumb prehension. Standard felt or plastic pick can be fixed to the end of a finger with a velcro strap. On ventral surface of finger standard strumming patterns can be used. Can also be attached to the dorsal surface of the finger to strum in the supine position. Can be used with a toe. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapte

Suspension Stand.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Adjustable stand for holding instruments. The suspension stand is a wooden stand on a wheeled base. The mast of the stand is perpendicular to the base and can be adjusted 3 to 5 feet. Perpendicular to the mast is a 2 foot arm with a hook from which small instruments can be suspended. The stand can be used with people in beds, wheelchair or on the floor. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR:Clark C. and Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments

Tactaid Ii+

Tactaid II+ is a 2-channel vibrotactile amplification system, similar in appearance to a body-type hearing aid, which turns sound into vibrations. Electronics include frequency and amplitude processing so that elements of speech can be felt through two vibrators worn on the chest or wrist. The electronics package with built-in microphone is clipped to the user's pocket or belt. An optional plug-in "tie clip" microphone is available. This device incorporates a patented automatic background noise

Talkingtabs Guitar Instruction Complete Beginners Series Special Edition

The TalkingTabs Guitar Instruction Complete Beginners Series Special Edition is an audio guitar instruction course designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision, dyslexia, or other visual learning disabilities. The course includes an audio table of contents on a standard CD that explains what is taught in each of the 16 lessons, and also discusses how to physically navigate through the 26-CD guitar course. Without materials to read, the 20-hour curriculum guides the absolute b

Tension Splint For Piano Playing

DO-IT-YOURSELF-ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To create a splint to hold the finger in a downward position to enable an individual with inclusion-body myositis to continue to play the piano. A straw is secured to the Velcro wrist strap and the hair loops are attached to the end of the straw. When the attached loop is placed over the index finger, it pulls the finger down to enable the striking of the key. MATERIALS: Two Velcro wrist straps, three felt-covered elastic hair loops, and a straw . TOOLS: Scissor

TFH Resonance Bean Bag (Model 9Rscb)

The Resonance Bean Bag, model 9RSCB, is a vibrotactile amplification system designed for use with children and adults with neurological, emotional, or cognitive disabilities. Made of tough, wipe-clean vinyl, this chair features a built-in amplifier with cables to connect to the television or a stereo system rated from ten to one hundred watts of power. The chair molds to the contours of the user's body. COLOR: Choice of an assortment.

TFH Resonance Chaise Lounge (Model 9Rscc)

The Resonance Chaise Lounge, model 9RSCC, is a vibrotactile amplification system designed for use with children and adults with neurological, emotional, or cognitive disabilities. Made of tough, wipe-clean vinyl, this chaise features a built-in amplifier with cables to connect to the television or a stereo system rated from ten to one hundred watts of power. The head of the unit is slightly elevated and a U-shaped roll around three sides of the head section prevents users from rolling off. DIMEN

TFH Resonance Cushion (Model 9Rscn)

The Resonance Cushion, model 9RSCN, is a vibrotactile amplification system designed for use with children and adults with neurological, emotional, or cognitive disabilities. This cushion can be used in a standars chair or a wheelchair and features a built-in amplifier with cables to connect to the television or a stereo system rated from ten to one hundred watts of power. DIMENSIONS (HxWxD). 18 x 13 x 4 inches.

They Shall Have Music

They Shall Have Music, by Dorothy Dykema (1986, 62 pages), is a manual for teaching music braille to students who are blind or have low vision. This is a reprint of one of the earliest manuals for teaching music braille. This print book is filled with helpful tips regarding the unique needs of blind piano students, and gives alternative methods for teaching blind musicians.

Thigh Pointer

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY -------DESCRIPTION: A thermoplastic cuff formed to the thigh which has a pointer attached to it. This device allows an individual to point on a communication board, play certain musical instruments, paint, etc.

Toccata

Toccata is a braille music translation program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This braille music translation program makes the process of transcribing printed music into braille easy for sighted teachers, parents, transcribers, and others, even if they do not know the music braille code. The program can translate music of any complexity, including single-line instrumental music, songs with lyrics, piano music, and orchestral scores. It does not require the use

Trumpet Holder

The Trumpet Holder is an instrument holder designed to enable the user to play a trumpet without having to support the weight of the instrument. The device consists of a square bracket to hold a suspended trumpet. The bracket slides into the ends of wheelchair arm rests. The unit is collapsible and will fit into a trumpet case. The device can be assembled/dissembled in seconds. PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT: Developed by Frank Heminsley for individuals who find playing a musical instrument difficult wi

TWSU DIY Speaker Kit (Cardboard Speaker)

TWSU DIY Speaker Kit (Cardboard Speaker) is designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing.  

Vibroacoustic Wedge

The Vibroacoustic Wedge is a vibrotactile amplification system designed for use with children or adults with cognitive, neurological, physical, or emotional disabilities. Used for positioning, calming, or stimulating, this wedge can be used on any surface. A built-in patented vibroacoustic speaker system provides tactile stimulation, enabling users to feel music as well as hear it for a full-body experience of sound and vibration. This device connects to most stereo systems with 10 to 100 watts

Who's Afraid Of Braille Music?

Who's Afraid of Braille Music? A Short Introduction and Resource Handbook for Parents and Students, by Richard Taesch and William McCann, is a braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Available in Braille or print, this book explains the braille system for music notation, and shows how to read, write, play, and sing music in braille. Lessons and assignments are included.

Worship Guitarist 1 & 2

Worship Guitarist 1 & Worship Guitarist 2 are audio music training courses designed to teach individuals who are blind or have low vision how to play guitar music for worship services. Both courses teach students to play the guitar without using any written or braille notation or visual references. It is possible to go through each entire course without using the accompanying books as everything in them is described in sufficient detail on the recordings. In order to use Course 2 it is neces

Wrist Strap Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons with contracted or amputated fingers or flaccid hand tone. Large flat and elongated plastic pick has an elastic cuff. Velcro strap adds support and adjustability. Pick can be rotated to the dorsal or ventral side of the hand. Strumming is done with arm movement. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St loui

Y Shaped Bilateral Pick.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Pick for persons who need to use elbow or shoulder abduction or adduction motion. A pick is inserted into the end of a Y shaped bilateral beater (a Y shaped dowel assembly). Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. Simple woodworking. AUTHOR: Clark, C; Chadwick, D. TITLE: Clinically Adapted Instruments for the Multiply Handicapped, A Sourcebook. REF: Book: St louis; Magnamusic-Baton: p 28. NARIC CALL NUMBER: R0272. 1980.

 
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