I'm doing sandwiches this Friday, for an open house at the Rutgers University Spinal Cord Injury Project, as a freebie donation for the wonderful people who work at the project and who are doing cutting edge research into a cure for SCI. Here's the 'twist' - a lot of the people who will be attending are quadriplegics, and don't have the use or only partial use of their hands. For those who don't have any grasping abilities at all, they will have assistants with them who can help manage. But for those, like my son, who has partial grasp and can lift light things between his thumb and his palm, I've been trying to think what sandwiches would be the easiest for them to handle. I've come up with two different wraps, which I can cut in half, and then wrap the ends in foil to make a 'mitt' to help hold the sandwich in their hand, and also a mini-pocket bread, wrapped the same way in foil. We/ve had to become so creative with my son's injury and subsequent disabilities, but sometimes don't see the obvious (the forest for the trees bit); if y'all can make some suggestions you've seen or thought of, I'd appreciate it. Thanks!