Forearm support to keep balance when typing on computer – suitable for persons who have tetraplegia
Ergonomic mouse that provides a centered working position – suitable for persons with high spinal cord injuries
Ergonomic computer workstation – suitable for persons with tetraplegia
A stick inserted into the universal holder enables a person without dexterity to punch in a phone number and type on a computer
Holder for flatware and typing sticks sewn onto wrist bandage, suitable for persons without wrist function or finger dexterity
Being able to see the back of the computer makes it easier for people with disabilities to work. It is easier to explain to others how to change cables, etc.
Suspending a headset from the ceiling makes it easier for a person with impaired hand function to put it on
MouseTrapper facilitates computer work – suitable for persons who have or are at risk of having shoulder problems
Double sip/puff controls help a person without arm or hand function to play computer games
Using WiVIK and a head mouse a person without arm and hand function can type on the computer
Custom-designed joystick to control computer games with chin
The microphone is an alternative method for controlling a computer for persons who do not have arm or hand function to play computer games
Reflectors from Panduro Hobby are less expensive and better for controlling the head mouse than the accompanying reflectors
Camera tripod works well as a joystick holder for persons who control the joystick with their chin
Joybox is a keyboard input device suitable for persons without arm or hand function who want to play computer games
Custom modifications make it possible for persons without function in their arms and hands to play computer games
An adjustable height computer desk is suitable for wheelchair users
Headset for sip/puff controls to control computer that works well
Maneuvering on the computer with a regular pen
Workroom with computer workstation for a person who controls the computer with a head mouse
Custom-made laptop table for use in bed – highly appreciated assistive device for persons who control the computer with a head mouse
Simple mouth stick can be used for pocket calculators and certain computer functions (pressing multiple keys) – suitable for persons without active hand function
Simple modifications enable a person with impaired hand function to use a mouse with trackball
The reflector that controls the head mouse is glued to a small clothes pin
Writing stick made of hobby clay, appropriate for persons with impaired dexterity.
The user switched to a smaller keyboard and had less elbow pain.
Assistive device for writing and for picking up various objects for persons with impaired dexterity.
Durable typing sticks; assistive device for persons who lack finger function
Assistive device for persons with impaired dexterity