Motor

Conditions relating to manipulating objects

Requirements for use

Limited fine motor controlLimited grasping & grip strengthLimited liftingLimited range of motionLimited reach or rangeTremors & spasms

Limited fine motor control

Individuals who have difficulty handling, fingering, feeling, and sensing objections. These individuals often benefit from buttons, handles and controls that are larger and easier to manipulate, and voice interaction. They may also benefit from assistive devices for holding or manipulating objects.

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Limited grasping & grip strength

Individuals who benefit from doors and other controls and objects that do not require gripping them or using much force.

Associated conditions and disabilities

Limited lifting

Individuals who have difficulty lifting objections and benefit from lifting aids.

Associated conditions and disabilities

Limited range of motion

Individuals who have difficulty bending, climbing, kneeling, sitting, and squatting. These individuals often benefit from ergonomic, adjustable or customized furniture and assistive devices for reaching or changing positions.

Associated conditions and disabilities

Limited reach or range

Individuals who have difficulty reaching items that are high up, low to the ground, or over an obstructions. These individuals benefit from controls and product placement within specific heights and reach ranges.

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Tremors & spasms

Individuals who hands or muscle groups shake or seize up. These individuals often benefit from buttons, handles and controls that are larger and easier to manipulate, voice interaction, and the ability to turn off motion activated controls. They may also benefit from assistive devices for holding or manipulating objects.

Associated conditions and disabilities