These instruments have been adapted for use on a wheelchair tray. The upper wood bar is removable to drum on the lower bar or the upper instrument. This would be good for a student who may only have the use of one hand and is unable to hold the instrument with the other hand.
These are some more instruments adapted for use on a wheelchair tray. The stick to strike them with is in a clear plastic tube on the right side and is held onto the board by a ribbon.
A guitar mounted at a slight angle for wheelchair or tabletop use.
A mounted tambourine that can be turned vertical or horizontal depending on the ability of the student to move their arms.
One of my early mounted musical instrument boards. I have now learned that if you mount them on a board that stands up like this, the kids can’t see over the board. So newer ones are lower or on a slant and include a base that can be clamped onto a tray or table. This one was fun though because it had so much going on. The top right corner makes a great sound when you slide the drumstick over it. The kids love the bell and the dog chain makes a great rattling sound.