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Does anyone know of something that people without a hand would need, something that would be useful to them in their daily lives or chores that they do?

(Anything other than a fake hand or products that are already made).

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    How about some kind of vise to hold an object (like a can or jar) that the person wants to open?

    Try doing your routine chores with only one hand. What do you find you'd need?

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    Would a cleaning device be ok

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    What cleaning job can't easily be done with one hand? Perhaps washing dishes or sweeping a floor?

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