Use of computer

Amazon Echo Dot

Amazon Echo Dot

A voice controlled device used as an environmental control, to play music, to surf on the internet, and more

Modified stylus

Modified stylus

– enables people with impaired hand function to use an iPad or smartphone

Modified keyboard

Modified keyboard

Simple keyboard modifications make it easier for people with impaired hand function

iPad stand

iPad stand

– facilitates using an iPad – suitable for people with impaired hand/arm function-

Modified stylus

Modified stylus

A stylus for navigation on touchscreens/smartphones and for typing on keyboard – suitable for people with extensive disabilities without finger function

Operating a computer

Operating a computer

Operating a computer using the wheelchair joystick – an option for people who drive a Permobil

Support cushion

Support cushion

A practical cushion that makes it easier to achieve a better, more relaxed body position – suitable for people with reduced trunk balance

On-screen keyboard

On-screen keyboard

Downloadable on-screen keyboard that works in many different languages – suitable for people with extensive disabilities

iPad

iPad

Handheld computer with touchscreen – easy to use for people with disabilities

Wheelchair table

Wheelchair table

– makes it easier to always have work materials accessible – suitable for people with severe disabilities

Table easel

Table easel

A table easel makes it easier to paint by mouth – suitable for people with severe disabilities

Telephone-  and typing sticks

Telephone- and typing sticks

Adapted pencil works as an assistive device for using telephone and computer – useful for persons with impaired handfunction

Computer workstation

Computer workstation

Individually adapted computer workstation – suitable for people with extensive disabilities

Mounting arm for trackball mouse

Mounting arm for trackball mouse

By using the mounting arm the mouse comes into the right position for the user to control it by mouth – suitable for people with extensive disabilities

Adapted mouse

Adapted mouse

Trackball mouse controlled with mouth and lips – suitable for people with extensive disabilities

Forearm support

Forearm support

Forearm support to keep balance when typing on computer – suitable for persons who have tetraplegia

Mousetrapper

Mousetrapper

Ergonomic mouse that provides a centered working position – suitable for persons with high spinal cord injuries

Typing and telephone stick

Typing and telephone stick

A stick inserted into the universal holder enables a person without dexterity to punch in a phone number and type on a computer

Microphone to control computer

Microphone to control computer

The microphone is an alternative method for controlling a computer for persons who do not have arm or hand function to play computer games

Joybox to control computer

Joybox to control computer

Joybox is a keyboard input device suitable for persons without arm or hand function who want to play computer games

Computer desk

Computer desk

An adjustable height computer desk is suitable for wheelchair users

Writing stick for computer

Writing stick for computer

Simple mouth stick can be used for pocket calculators and certain computer functions (pressing multiple keys) – suitable for persons without active hand function

Adapted mouse

Adapted mouse

Simple modifications enable a person with impaired hand function to use a mouse with trackball

Mini keyboard

Mini keyboard

The user switched to a smaller keyboard and had less elbow pain.