The Ryda Board System range…
Ryda Grips and Ryda Boards are available in different designs.
Ryda Boards come in two versions; the Beginner level for those with severe impairment and the Intermediate for those with less impairment and a greater range of movement.
Beginner Level Ryda Board
Intermediate Level Ryda Board
Ryda Grips have a handle that the user holds in either their left or right hand. The acrylic base allows for smooth movement across the Ryda Board. Underneath the base is a peg that holds the entire Ryda Grip in place on the Ryda Board. The Beginner Ryda Grips have a single peg. The Advanced Ryda Grips have dual-pegs.
The single peg caters for those who still have limited dexterity and movement of the arm, wrist and fingers. The dual-peg requires more intricate movement and dexterity, so is normally used by those with less impairment. The different actions needed when using the dual peg Ryda promote dexterity and fine movement in the hands and fingers.
Glove Ryda Grip (Beginner).
The Glove Ryda Grip is for users with poor grasping ability. Inside the glove is a Palm Ryda Grip. It is an ideal way to start working on shoulder and elbow mobility until the hand improves. Suitable for right and left-hand use.
Easy Ryda Grip (Beginner).
The largest of the Ryda Grip range, this caters for those with low muscle tone and limited grasping ability. The hand is simply placed on the Ryda and you’re ready to go!
Palm Ryda Grip (Beginner).
The Palm Ryda Grip gives a palm-sized grip to improve muscles involved in grasping and wrapping the hand around an object.
Using the Advanced Ryda version of this will give a good workout to the wrist, improving radial and ulna deviation.
Upright Ryda Grip (Beginner).
The Upright Ryda gives an upright style grip which attends to the flexing of fingers and thumb.
The Advanced Ryda version pays particular attention to the flexing and extension of the wrist.
Precision Ryda Grip (Beginner).
The Precision Grip Ryda provides the most intricate of actions.
The Advanced Ryda version works particularly well on the muscles involved in the more dexterous activities such as writing, typing, turning knobs and playing musical instruments.
The Beginner Rydas have a single locating peg underneath which runs in the groove on the Ryda Board.
The Advanced Rydas have two locating pegs underneath which run on the groove in the Ryda Board. This presents a much greater challenge in manoeuvring around the board.
Need a bespoke design?
The standard range may not cater for the requirements of every individual, so a bespoke design service is also available to suit your needs.
Please call or email us with your requirements, or fill in the form on our Contact page for a no-obligation quote.
Feedback from Ryda Board users, as well as professionals in the field, is also welcome as this enables us to include popular features in future designs.
Please note: The range of Ryda Boards is constantly being updated and improved.
Therefore materials, colours and designs may differ from those shown.