Joanne would like to create a system that allows her to brush her teeth independently and maintain good oral hygiene. Joanne experiences limited hand mobility and constant wrist flexion, making it difficult to hold a toothbrush and get toothpaste from a tube.
Team Joanne designed two components that make the process of brushing her teeth more accessible. They designed an ergonomic handle that Joanne can easily grip, which attaches to any replacement toothbrush head. They also adapted a commercially available toothpaste dispenser that, along with the toothbrush, can be stuck up on a wall or mirror.
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