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User types on her computer at work
User types on her computer at work

User sitting at her workstation
User sitting at her workstation

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Computer workstation at work

Ergonomic computer workstation - suitable for a person with a high spinal cord injury

Description
The user works both in the office and from home. She has a laptop that she can easily bring home. The workstation at work is equipped with a combined laptop support and manuscript holder, a wireless mini keyboard, a forearm support and a special mouse (mousetrapper), see associated tip.
She uses a pen to press the keys; see associated tip.

Authors comments
The user received help for the modification at work from the Employment Office, which arranged for contact with the ergonomics center, where the user could try out the computer equipment.

The user is extremely satisfied with her workplace. Now she can work for a long time without pain.

Paid for by
Employment office

Tip is dated from 2009

Categories for this tip
communication » use of computer, housing » study/office, work, employment, occupation » workplace, Tips and tricks from people with High tetraplegia with partly function in arms/hands (C5-6, ASIA A, B).

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