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Tape Recorder Control For Persons With Limited Hand Function

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--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Base and sliding extended lever adaptation for a small (approximately 1 1/2 by 7 by 4 1/ 2 inches: minisette-9 tape recorder from Radio Shack) tape recorder to allow its use by a person with limited hand function. The recorder is fastened to a jig made of aluminum, plastic or wood with rubber feet to keep it from moving around. A clear plastic lever is attached to a rod with a teflon block, and this slides along a rod suspended fron the jig with angle brackets. A small foot on the lever hits whatever button it is positioned above when the lever is pressed with minimum force. Includes photograph. COMMENTS: For additional information contact: Geoffrey B Thrope, Department of Orthopedics, Metro General/Highland View Hospital, 3395 Scranton Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44109. SKILLS REQUIRED: Plastics. Woodworking. Metalworking. AUTHOR: Gugerty, J J; Tindall, L W TITLE: Tools, Equipment and Machinery Adapted forthe Vocational Education And Employment of Handicapped People: Supplement REF: Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin-Madison Vocational Studies Center: p 96-97 NARIC CALL NUMBER: R2479 PAGES (including cover): 3 1983.

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