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------- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Sock aid designed for a person who could not reach her feet and had use of one hand only. Instructions for a simple sock aid made with a round cardboard carton ( i.e. oatmeal) cut in half lengthwise and with both ends off, tapered on one end and with a length of string tied to the other end to make a loop to pull. The sock is slipped on the tapered end and the aid is dropped on the floor where the foot can be slipped in, and the string pulled. Includes photographs. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Chin, M; Hennigan, A TITLE: Is Putting on Socks a Problem? JOURNAL: Accent on Living REF: Vol 27 no 2, Fall 1982: p 100-101 PAGES (including cover): 1 1982.
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