Have you ever cut a finger, sprained a wrist or broken an arm? If so, you may have found how challenging it can be not to have full use of both hands.
Children and adults living with an upper arm impairment have to find ways of undertaking day-to-day tasks that most of us never have to question. In order to experience the challenges that those living with disability have to address each and every day, we’re putting the nation to the test!
How well would you function with the use of one arm?
The money raised as part of this campaign, which takes place as part of OHMI’s 10th year celebrations, will allow us to provide much needed musical instruments and access to lessons.
Fancy joining us a fundraiser?
We’re looking for individuals, families, sports clubs, groups and schools, and companies, to join us in this appeal and commit to at least ten different activities over a course of ten days.
There are lots of activities that become significantly more challenging when carried out using one hand. Making a cake, doing a supermarket shop, writing a letter with a non-dominant hand – even hair washing!
To make the experience as authentic as possible, here’s a few suggestions on what our fundraisers can do to put their other hand out of service: