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Adapted mouseAdapted mouse
Simple modifications enable a person with impaired hand function to use a mouse with trackball
Echo dot. Picture from www.amazon.comAmazon Echo Dot
A voice controlled device used as an environmental control, to play music, to surf on the internet, and more
Click button attached to edge of table in front of keyboardClick button for computer
External click button makes it easier for people with severe disabilities to operate a computer
Computer workstation picture 1Computer workstation
Ergonomic computer workstation – suitable for persons with tetraplegia
Computer workstation with trackball mouse on holder attached to the tableComputer workstation
Individually adapted computer workstation – suitable for people with extensive disabilities
User sits at workstationComputer workstation at home with MouseTrapper
MouseTrapper facilitates computer work – suitable for persons who have or are at risk of having shoulder problems
Clothespin with reflector on the user's eyeglassesCustom modification to control computer with head mouse
The reflector that controls the head mouse is glued to a small clothes pin
User types on keyboard using finger sleeveCustom-made finger sleeves
Writing sleeves facilitate computer use for people with reduced finger function and spasticity
User writes with a mouth stick and iPadiPad
Handheld computer with touchscreen – easy to use for people with disabilities
Mini keyboardMini keyboard
The user switched to a smaller keyboard and had less elbow pain.
Typing sticks with splint on dorsal wristTyping sticks for typing on computer
Assistive device for persons with impaired dexterity
User with universal strap and typing stick on handTyping sticks for writing on computer
Durable typing sticks; assistive device for persons who lack finger function
User with writing stickUniversal holder on wrist bandage
Holder for flatware and typing sticks sewn onto wrist bandage, suitable for persons without wrist function or finger dexterity
Helena with her wireless phone and headset.Use of phone assisted by computer and modem
– allows people with extensive disabilities to use a telephone independently
Stick made of hobby clay that can be bakedWriting stick for keyboarding
Writing stick made of hobby clay, appropriate for persons with impaired dexterity.