Mobilize volunteers to design, adapt, modify, create, and donate no-tech/low-tech assistive tools and materials for individuals with disabilities.


Maximize the collective knowledge and talent of the community to support the participation of individuals with disabilities in everyday life activities through the use of assistive tools.


Address the issue of access to no-tech/low-tech assistive tools for individuals with disabilities and/or developmental delays.

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  • Activity or Routine
  • Developemntal Stage
  • Functional Skill
  • Media Type
An adapted screwdriver uses InstaMorph to make the handle easier to grip.
A wedge of foam can be used to provide support and stability.

Solution: Foam Wedge Support

A piece of foam was cut into a wedge and placed under the dislocated hip when the child was sitting which improved her posture and her ability to use her hands to play.

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