How to Adapt a Lunch Box to Open and Close with One Hand

RecyclingOTPublished: April 24, 2018Updated: April 25, 2018107 views
Published: April 24, 2018Updated: April 25, 2018

My client is eager to be as independent as possible. He has a developmental disability and had a stroke a few years ago that impaired his right side. His friend sewed the loops onto the lunch box so that he can use his right arm to stabilize it while opening or closing the zipper. I love how he is using his weak arm instead of leaving it hanging at his side.

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