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My wife and I do quite a bit of volunteer work at nursing homes, and I have seen folks there who exhibit the same limitations that your relative has. The best thing would be a neck strap, however, that can be bulky for him with an iPad. Consider also that if he uses a walker that he's likely bent over somewhat while using it. But I don't believe you'll find a case or any kind of cover that will give adequate protection for the iPad in the event it's dropped.

Also, take into consideration if his hands are mobile enough to even use an iPad. For example: Do his hands shake? Can he grip a pen to write with?

Perhaps an iPhone 4S with SIRI would be a better choice?
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