Player Piano/Automatic Keyboard for Stroke Rehab


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Hello! Does anyone know of a small keyboard that have keys that automatically depress like a player piano? I'm trying to do rehab on my dad's hand after his stroke, and I think if I could somehow attach the fingers to the keys, the repetative movement combined with the aural feedback could be a big help. Thanks for any help!
 
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I don't know of any keyboards that have "motorized" keys which is what you're after. I know some rather expensive digital pianos can do this but they are rare and expensive as for most people this function was borderline useless. You can pick up a few keyboards which have lights above the keys for use in "training" mode, would this be of any use?
Hope your Dad gets better soon by the way.
 
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