Tommy index fingers where bending backward, it wasn't that bad, but I am very persistent to help Tommy in every aspect because I know it wasn't a big problem then, but it could be a big problem later if it is not corrected. Then, his team and I are working to strength the muscle of his index fingers. I have already seen improvement since November when we started to help him to strength his index fingers. He is insulating his fingers in a nicer way for pointing and pushing buttons. We got the Bath Time Bubble Maker by Summer Infant for Christmas. This is a good bathtub toy to strength the index fingers. The button is not hard to press. He starts the bubbles maker by himself and I turn it off to encourage him to press the button again. I encourage him to point while I am counting the bubbles, but the fun part for Tommy is to pop the bubbles. The bath time bubble maker is an inexpensive toy, but it has a lot benefits in our fun way to do therapy.