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This is an assistive stylus holder I designed to allow a young lady with cerebral palsy to more easily interact with a touch screen Picture Exchange Communication (PECS) device. I held a provisional patent for the device shortly after it was designed. The wearer places the strap around their wrist then holds the handle like a screw driver then the stylus is adjusted to the most ergonomic position for the user. The strap works both to hold the device in case the user drops it but also acts as an electrical connection to the stylus to work with the capacitive touch of modern touch screens.