Active Hands Company
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Products for reduced hand function…
…to give you more independence…
…in all areas of your life
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 drumsticks; 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 Small Item gripping aid is great for holding smaller items such as make-up brushes, personal care items, cutlery, pens and paintbrushes.
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.
Active Hands can give you more freedom – take a look at our How to section to give you more ideas on how you can increase your independence using our gripping products.
I found a few other similar products that were cheaper but the quality of active hands products are far superior and worth the money.(Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy Type 1)
Great stuff!!! Active hands products really makes a tetra’s life easier! Totally worth it(Tetra)
This grip aid was for our disabled son to help him with gym exercises. We had tried two previous aids which did not do the job but your does exactly what it says on the tin. Thank you
This group knows by internal experience what people with muscle handicaps need, and cleverly creates tools for addressing their needs. The tools are good quality and well made.
At the Power List event last year I was chatting with Rob from Active Hands who do gripping aids, which I now use in the gym. That one chance meeting has completely changed how I workout. The aids have enabled me to do so much more. My view of what I’m physically capable of with or without aids has changed so much.Alex Brooker, Shaw Trust Power 100, The Last Leg