The Cane/ Crutch Holder is designed for those who use a cane. This holder clips onto the cane so it can hang from the edge of any table, desk, or counter. The user can also stand the cane on the floor next to a table and slide the clip up until it wedges against the underside of the table. A foam rubber pad on each side of the clip keeps it in place.
The Metal Cane Holder for Walkers/Wheelchairs is designed to assist cane users carry it everywhere. This double-clip cane holder allows users to keep a cane handy wherever they may need it. The users snaps one side of the clip onto any tubular structure such as a table leg, walker, commode, wheelchair or lawn chair. The opposite side of the clip holds almost any size cane. The gripping surfaces are soft plastic rollers and will not damage canes.
The Cane Hand Loop is designed for people with disabilities that use a cane. One end wraps around the cane/walking stick shaft while the larger loop on the opposite end slips around the wrist. Even if the cane falls out of the hand, it won t drop to the ground. Made of polypropylene webbing.
The Quilted Folding Cane Bag w/ Strap is intended for people who have a cane. It is a bag with sufficient space to carry a folded cane. The quilted inside is designed to protect the cane.
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted walker modification that allows an individual with balance, mobility and walking disabilities to easily carry and store a walking stick or cane to their walker. An elderly gentleman uses his walker with seat for extra support and the chair portion when he needs to rest. When shopping in some of the more crowded shops at the mall, the gentleman realized that being able to park his walker outside the store and use his cane fo
The Cane Tube is designed for individuals who use a walker or rollator. The Cane Tube is the tool-free cane holder that uses gripper clips to snap onto walkers, rollators.
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To enable an individual who uses both a cane and a walker to transport the cane on the walker. A plastic cup was fastened to the lower part of the frame with a screw-tightened hose clamp to hold the tip of the cane. The top of the cane rests in a hook attached to the upper frame with another screw-tightened hose clamp. A hole in the bottom of the plastic cup enables dirt or debris picked up by the cane tip to be cleaned out. TITLE: Walking Stick Carrier. JOURNAL: TAD
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide a customized adaptation to a four-wheel walker enabling an individual with cerebral palsy and visual and hearing impairments to carry her walking stick and white cane while using her walker. Previous adaptations generally put the carry stick attachments on the outside of the frame; however, there was concern that this would reduce maneuverability of the walker within the individual’s small home. Attachments were added that allow the sticks to be carried wit