The user types on the computer with a head mouse and on-screen keyboard (see related tip). The mouse click is operated with an external control switch that is attached with adhesive Velcro on an angled brace made of plastic, called a “Kalix brace”, which holds a control switch in the upright position. The device is attached to the table with self-adhesive Velcro.
Head mouse model: Trackir, see also www.naturalpoint.com/trackir/ (last checked May 2017).
Other head mouse option: Headmouse extreme from Rehab Center, Sweden, www.rehabcenter.se (last checked May 2017).
Software is available that provides auditory feedback for each keystroke, ‘noisy keybord’, see www.leeos.com/noisy_keyboard.html (last checked May 2017).
Occupational therapist Talkraft, Rehab Station Stockholm (Kalix brace)
For head mouse, see also www.spinalistips.se/tips-custom-modification-to-control-computer-with-head–en-179.html and https://spinalistips.se/tips-controlling-the-computer-with-wivik-and-head-mouse-en-648.html
This tip is from 2011