iPad mini carrier for person with use of one hand only

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Debbie Skinner
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iPad mini carrier for person with use of one hand only

I am helping a woman learn the Prologue4text program on an iPad mini. She will need to carry it with her and only has use of one hand. I am trying to find some way for her to be able to use this while she is walking or standing. Something she can prop up on her body when typing then lay flat. I have no idea what this would look like and I would appreciate any help or ideas. I could make something if I had an idea of what to make. Thanks for any help I can get.

Anne Verhulp
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Hi Debbie - welcome to the

Hi Debbie - welcome to the Forum!

Maybe she could use an iPad case with a shoulder strap. If you google "protective case shoulder strap" you will find several companies that offer them.

In addition, you may want to come and join our private Professionals Facebook Group. This is a great and very active group for asking questions/sharing experiences. Others may have recommendations on how to solve this or which case works best. If interested please go here and ask to join: http://www.facebook.com/groups/256837297733511/

Debbie Skinner
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Thank you Ann for your

Thank you Ann for your suggestions. I will join the professional group. Maybe I can get some ideas on motivating her also.

Anne Verhulp
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Great Debbie! Please feel

Great Debbie! Please feel free to contact us at support@assistiveware.com if you have any additional questions.

Deborah D
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Debbie,

Debbie,
Not sure if this will do what she needs it to do, however check this site out: http://www.chatbag.net/
They can custom make the bags based on the measurements of the wearer. I know several who have them, my son being one. It's a good hand made, made in America product. It can also be customized with name.

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