NONE; we'll teach it how to change itself!!
Our ingenuity is obvious, and if we can't teach you to do it yourself....
We will use our creative minds and design something, and hopefully with this new handy-dandy tool and a little therapy you'll be out on your own again! Today we practiced this handy work and shared our prototypes with our peers:
(You only need one arm for this one too!)
Here are some links to various companies that take these cardboard and tape ideas and turn them into the "real thing".
Maura and I had the chance to try some of these out at the AOTA Conference in April (see previous pictures).
Southpaw Enterprises: http://www.southpawenterprises.com/
(The sensory rocking chair is amazing!)
In the Fall, Fred Sammons, the OT who started Sammons Preston (now owned by Patterson Medical), came to talk to us about how his ideas turned into a company.
Patterson Medical, Sammons Preston: http://www.pattersonmedical.com/
If only I could catch their creativity!