Whether you're a Wounded Warrior relearing to write with a pen, brush your teeth, or clip finger nails, or you're a professional racer learning how to turn a steering wheel again, PersonaGrip's remoldability allows you the option of dialing in your design over a period of time.
ESPN2 on PersonaGrip's Custom-Molded Steering Wheel for Wounded Driver:
Special Train-The-Trainer Rehab Programs taught by Dellis himself carry even more credence for Wounded Warriors since the inventor himself spent several weeks in rehab (see 0:47s in video below) after a near-death experience in '04 that left him half-deaf with a new outlook on life.
His inspirational recovery at the UCI Medical Center, Orange, CA, has been described by the three surgeons who worked on him as "miraculous", "amazing" and "unbelievable"....see for yourself at 0:47s:
PersonaGrip has a rich history helping people interact with their tactile environment even when they've lost fingers due to injuries.
Able bodied people take for granted their ability to grasp objects.
It is not until they've lost some or nearly all of this capacity that they can truly appreciate the ability to reshape the surface of objects they are trying to control.
Mechanical engineer, Ed Dellis, can analyze a person's new range of motion with their remaining fingers, and brainstorm innovative ways to interact with their environment to acheive a specific goal.
With proper training, rehab facilities can be taught how to manipulate the plastic so that reliable grips can be designed for Articles of Daily Living.