A voice controlled device used as an environmental control, to play music, to surf on the internet, and more
Writing sleeves facilitate computer use for people with reduced finger function and spasticity
External click button makes it easier for people with severe disabilities to operate a computer
Handheld computer with touchscreen – easy to use for people with disabilities
Individually adapted computer workstation – suitable for people with extensive disabilities
– allows people with extensive disabilities to use a telephone independently
Ergonomic computer workstation – suitable for persons with tetraplegia
Holder for flatware and typing sticks sewn onto wrist bandage, suitable for persons without wrist function or finger dexterity
MouseTrapper facilitates computer work – suitable for persons who have or are at risk of having shoulder problems
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.
Durable typing sticks; assistive device for persons who lack finger function
Assistive device for persons with impaired dexterity