Using InstaMorph to Mount Assistive Technology Switches

Bill Binko of ATmakers.org demonstrates how to use InstaMorph sometimes known as “Friendly Plastic” to create a custom mounting solution so that a disabled user can hold and operate an assistive technology AT switch. It really shows the flexibility of this solution because you can go to a process of trial and error to come up with something that actually works. This is not some abstract demonstration. This is a real world solution meeting of the needs of a specific disabled individual.

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