Handy Hook Revisited
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The partial hand device called the Handy Hook which was made by the Robin-Aids Company from the early 1950s to the 1980s and has been unavailable for many years is again available. The Hosmer-Dorrance Corporation is making the attachment kit for this device and it is part #62594. This hook adaptor system is useable for a partial hand to hook attachment as well as a functional split hook adaptor for quadriplegics and other functional loss situations. The adaptor creates a very low profile hook attachment to a hand splint or partial hand socket to provide functional grip.
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