Accessing_the_keyboard

Accessing_the_keyboard - Assistive Technology - Accessing...

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Assistive Technology - Accessing the keyboard Name (supplier): Function: Who would use it? Height-adjustable trolley (Inclusive Technology, SIS Jensen) Allows precise adjustment, via a handle, of a computer to the correct height - even when fully loaded with equipment. Users who use a wheelchair. Adjustable keyboard and monitor arms (Misco) Attaches to a table and swings out to the correct height. Users who use a wheelchair. Footrests (Misco) If the user’s feet are dangling down from a seat that is too high they can help to maintain sitting balance and achieve good hand control. Users who have short legs! Wristrests (Misco) Stabilises the arm. Users who require some wrist support - but do not need full arm support. Arm supports (QED) Take the weight of the arm and let the user move across the keyboard to access the keys. Users with a muscular weakness who get tired typing. Page 1
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Assistive Technology - Accessing the keyboard Keyguards (Inclusive Technology) It fits over the keyboard to help prevent unintentional keypresses. Users who type with a finger or typing tool. Ergonomic keyboards (Misco) Reduce the discomfort from injuries related to excessive keyboard use (wristrests are often built in as well). Users who have injuries related to
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