NAMM 22: Easy Hold - Genius Assistive Grip Device

Hold pretty much anything      08/06/22

Easy Hold is a deceptively simple yet highly useful silicone grip device, that can work with music instruments, tools and many other items.
Devised by Kerry Mellin who's own arthritis made it hard for her to hold some things, she and her sisters came up with the design. 
But one area where it really makes sense is in assistive learning, with kids who have difficulty hold instruments and other musical gear in the classroom. Using the Easy Hold, they can be included in way more classroom activity.


As well as making these available through Easyhold.com - Kerry is also talking to NAMM to create a new Adaptive Pavilion to focus on assistive technology - so we can expect that to be a thing in future shows - what a great idea. 

Easyhold.com

 




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