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Weakness and lack of feeling in his hands, makes it difficult for him to hold the key, so that it can be inserted in the lock and turned.

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My father ordered something like that, something like a small grabber, which helps him hold onto things. It was from some mail order catalogue; I don't know which one. But Blannie's suggestion is a good one; searching online could help you find one.

Another possibiity is to find a way to attach something metallic, then use a small hand held magnet to grasp it. I haven't tried it though, and offhand other than using Gorilla glue, I'm not sure how well it could be attached or would adhere to a metal key.
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Google "key turners" and you can find some assistive devices that are designed to make it easier for someone to hold a key and apply pressure to it.
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