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What adaptations and equipment can help with personal hygiene and grooming after a spinal cord injury?

What adaptations and equipment can help with personal hygiene and grooming after a spinal cord injury?

Sarah Harrison, OT

Occupational Therapist, Craig Hospital, Colorado

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When I think about equipment that helps people, let’s say sink-side grooming activities, I think of a standard universal cuff, or an electric toothbrush with an easy on/off switch for that person to hit. When I think of applying makeup, you can act... Show More

When I think about equipment that helps people, let’s say sink-side grooming activities, I think of a standard universal cuff, or an electric toothbrush with an easy on/off switch for that person to hit. When I think of applying makeup, you can actually use thermoplastic. And thermoplastic is a moldable material that you can make splints out of, but you can use it a lot of other ways to make different makeup accessible for that person.

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What adaptations and equipment can help with personal hygiene and grooming after a spinal cord injury?

Sarah Harrison, OT

Occupational Therapist, Craig Hospital, Colorado

More Videos by Sarah Harrison
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When I think about equipment that helps people, let’s say sink-side grooming activities, I think of a standard universal cuff, or an electric toothbrush with an easy on/off switch for that person to hit. When I think of applying makeup, you can actually use thermoplastic. And thermoplastic is a moldable material that you can make splints out of, but you can use it a lot of other ways to make different makeup accessible for that person.

What adaptations and equipment can help with personal hygiene and grooming after a spinal cord injury?
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