Handmade helps for disabled living

Handmade helps for disabled living

Marty writes –

I just reviewed a forgotten book from 1990 called “Handmade Helps for Disabled Living”. The author has a Maker’s spirit – the book is chock-full of well-designed and beautifully-sketched plans for everyday adaptive aids. It’s great reading for Makers even if they don’t happen to be disabled.

Handmade Helps for Disabled Living at GearAbility – Link.

6 thoughts on “Handmade helps for disabled living

  1. aplumb says:

    Looks a great companion book for Fab@Home-type personal fabricator projects.

  2. radiorental says:

    Thanks Phil!!!

  3. Exxx says:

    The UK has an organisation REMAP “A network of volunteer engineers and craftsmen who make free one off aids for disabled people.”

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