Finger Muscle Tester
Abilitations Hourglass Shaped Fidget Finger Squash It, Set of 6, Multicolors
Abilitations Hourglass Shaped Fidget Finger Squash It, Set of 6, Multicolors is a therapeutic toy designed for children four years of age to engage in finger manipulation and fine motor dexterity work. The child squashes each side of the Hourglass Shaped Fidget Finger Squash It. Each set comes with 6 Finger Squash-Its in a 2-tone color. The child holds them vertical or upside down to watch the colors swirl then works the colors back and forth through the narrow chamber for a great finger workout
Baseline Hand Evaluation Set
The Baseline Hand Evaluation Set is a set of a dynamometer, pinch meter, finger circumference gauge, and finger muscle tester designed for clinical use. The set includes a hydraulic hand dynamometer, a 30-pound pinch gauge, steel finger goniometer, two-point discriminator with a third point, a Wartenburg pinwheel, finger circumference gauge, and a functional finger motion gauge.
Baseline Hydraulic Hand Evaluation Set
The Baseline Hydraulic Hand Evaluation Set is a set of a dynamometer, pinch meter, finger circumference gauge, and finger muscle tester designed to evaluate the strength and range of motion of the hands and fingers. The set includes a hydraulic hand dynamometer, a 50-pound pinch gauge, and a stainless steel finger goniometer.
FiddleLinks Fidgeter is a calming fidget stress toy designed especially for teens and adults with limited dexterity. The fidgeter was developed by hand therapists and features interlocking, rotating links that help build finger dexterity and exercise finger joints.
Finger Dexterity Exercise Game for Fine Motor Skills
The Finger Dexterity Exercise Game for Fine Motor Skills is a fun exercise for children that increases dexterity and helps them complete self-care tasks. This activity gives the player the ability to manipulate their fingers in a coordinated manner, allowing them to skillfully maneuver buttons, zippers, shoe laces, pencils, and other tools of learning and play. The Finger Dexterity Exercise Game for Fine Motor Skills exercises the little muscles of the hands, isolating fingers, and separating th
FlexEx 0001 Finger, Hand and Forearm Exerciser, Pack of 3
The FlexEx 0001 Finger, Hand and Forearm Exerciser, Pack of 3 is a set of three devices that effectively exercise and strengthen the fingers, hands, and forearms. Users can exercises all fingers at one time, or individual fingers, such as for flexion adduction, abduction and blocking exercises. Helps prevent/heal injury from repetitive keyboard usage, maximizes performance. Features three different resistance options: yellow: light resistance, red: medium resistance, blue: hard resistance.
Jamar Hand Evaluation Kit (Model 5030 Kit)
The Jamar Hand Evaluation Kit, model 5030 kit, is an evaluation kit designed to provide everything for hand and finger evaluations. The kit includes: (1) Jamar Hydraulic Hand Dynamometer - PC 5030 J1; (2) Jamar Hydraulic Pinch Gauge - PC 5030HPG; (3) Jamar 5.5 inch Finger Goiniometer - PC 5050K. The kit comes with a storage and carrying case with individual compartments for each instrument.
Pincher and Fine Motor Skills Practice
Pincher and Fine Motor Skills Practice is a do it yourself activity designed for people with fine motor disabilities and autism to create "birds" and "worms" to play with.
Quiet + Fun Sensory Fidget
The Quiet + Fun Sensory Fidget is a calming fidget stress toy designed for teens and adults. The assorted soft weighted sensory beanbag features a soft wrist strap. It is useful for quiet, soft, sensory fidgeting. The soft wrist strap keeps the bean bag secure, close and within reach.
Sensory Bean Bags
The Sensory Bean Bags is a calming fidget stress toy designed especially for teens and adults. Includes six assorted soft weighted sensory beanbags.
Zippering is an activity designed for children with upper mobility, grasping difficulties, or cognitive or learning disabilities to help them learn and practice skills need to zipper using a wide ribbon and bread ties. The act of zippering requires bilateral coordination, finger isolation, open thumb web space, separation of the two sides of the hand (on both hands), motor planning, pinch strength, eye-hand coordination, pincer grasp, and tripod grasp (most often of the non-dominant hand). This