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Frustrated by the limitations caused by weak grip or poor hand function?
Active Hands make gripping aids that gently, yet firmly hold your hand into a gripping shape enabling you to hold tightly onto objects from hammers to garden tools; gym equipment to wii controllers; ski-outriggers to boat tillers; adaptive bike handles to musical instruments; and many more. Our gripping aids are designed so that the user can put them on independently.
Our gripping aids are ideal for tetraplegic/quadriplegics, those with Cerebral Palsy, stroke recovery or any disability that affects hand function. Some of our products are also suitable for those with limb difference. Take a look at our product section for more information.
Available in a range of sizes, our aids suit from small children to large-handed adults!
Active Hands can give you more freedom – take a look at our products section to give you more ideas on how you can increase your independence using our gripping products.
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