Mirror for changing urostomy bag
This young wheelchair user uses a mirror to help him change his urostomy bag but it had a weak point caused by continually having to bend the goose neck at the same position each time. He wanted it to be easily portable as he likes to travel.
The goose neck was removed and replaced with metal rods glued into the original receptors, leaving the outer workings of the mirror intact. A block of wood was pre-drilled to hold the bottom rod in place while allowing the top rod to slide freely for ease of viewing.
The mirror can be easily taken apart and put in a suitcase for traveling.