Traumatic brain injury usually results from a violent blow or jolt to the head or body. An object that penetrates brain tissue, such as a bullet or shattered piece of skull, also can cause traumatic brain injury. Mild traumatic brain injury may affect your brain cells temporarily.
Replacement needles for the LACLS-5 assessment. Includes 2 Perma Lok needles to be used with the wider LACLS lace for the Whipstitch and Single Cordovan leather lacing stitches. This kit is replacement needles only. Leather, lace and thread not included in this kit. The Perma Lok needles are brass, making them easy to clean and ideal for multi-user environments. The unique design means needles can be threaded in seconds. Additionally, Perma Lok needles feature a revolutionary, vice-like grip that ensures lacing won’t slip out. While not a timed test, these needles allow for stronger, speedier lacing for the LACLS.
The Adjustable Touch Screen Head Stylus is an essential aid for people with limited hand use. The telescoping stylus is mounted on a sturdy headpiece that works with the slightest touch on your tablet, smartphone or computer. The headpiece has a ratchet adjustment knob that allows you to dial your head size for a perfect fit. Foam inserts are situated on the front and the back of the headpiece to provide an additional level of comfort.
FSS CONTRACT 36F79723D0004 The Neater Eater offers best-in-class technology! The Robotic Neater Eater is indicated for use with patients that maintain head control ability to include chewing and swallowing. The Neater Eater provides patients the ability to eat at their own pace, providing greater patient independence, dignity and choice. Veterans that could benefit from the neater eater are those with neurological diseases (ALS or MS), Spinal cord injuries, or any physical impairment that affects dining independence. The Neater Eater Dinging Robotic Feeder is considered to be the most advanced assistive eating technology device available today! Cited in the American Journal of Occupational Therapy 2018!