Woodworking Hacks for People with Disabilities like Arthritis

Woodworking Hacks for People with Disabilities like Arthritis
Woodworking is all about working with our hands and for those who have medical conditions and disabilities with their hands and/or arms, holding tools can be a challenge, but there are many aides and ideas to help us get a better grip on our tools and work projects. This video will show woodworking hacks for people with disabilities like rheumatism / rheumatoid arthritis.

Workshop Hacks: Part 6: https://youtu.be/Bw5YV1eCoeA
Workshop Hacks: Part 5: https://youtu.be/h3jhXoOtfic
Workshop Hacks: Part 4: https://youtu.be/18HpiB-cSS0
Workshop Hacks: Part 3: https://youtu.be/Qyd4hupCA4E
Workshop Hacks Part 2: https://youtu.be/qRjg6A_3hIk
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Woodworking Hacks for People with Disabilities like Arthritis

8 thoughts on “Woodworking Hacks for People with Disabilities like Arthritis”

  1. Really great topic Colin! I myself starting to have trouble with my hands and will definately consider these tips. The device for saw blades was briliant!

  2. Thanks for some great ideas Colin, I am certainly going to try some of them out. I use a small tap wrench for inserting cup hooks.

  3. I am an amputee missing a leg due to agent orange. Vietnam vet but I do my woodworking in my wheel chair and have made my power tool cabinets/stands at wheel chair height. Drill press,tabllesaw,lathe,chopsaw etc. Works great for me. Love woodworking.

  4. Rob Cosman suggests using the tape they have for hockey sticks, i haven't tried it myself but it seems to work for him.

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