The Victoria Hand Project offers a variety of 3D-Printed Assistive Devices that are compatible with all versions of the Victoria Hand to assist with task-specific activities, such as writing or eating.
Assistive Writing Device
This device was designed to assist with holding and using writing utensils. The device can accommodate a range of small writing utensils and may be especially helpful for use in a school or work environment.
Assistive Eating Device
This device allows users to easily hold an eating utensil, such as a fork or spoon, for an extended period of time. It fits a range of utensil sizes and the wrist can be rotated so that the utensil is at a desirable angle.
Assistive Beverage Holder
This device was designed to assist with holding a standard beverage can. It would be ideal for times when the user is holding a beverage for an extended period such as during a meal or while walking around.