Accessing_the_mouse

Accessing_the_mouse - Assistive Technology - Accessing the...

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Assistive Technology - Accessing the mouse Name (supplier): Function: Who would use it? Wristrests and supports (Misco, QED) Wristrests support the hand so that there is less strain on the wrist; arm supports support the arm yet still permit free movement. Users who have injuries related to excessive keyboard use (e.g. RSI). Ctrl+S Alt+F F7 Keyboard shortcuts - Microsoft Windows (Microsoft website) A combination of keys is used for operations commonly done using the mouse. Users who cannot control a pointing device, but can operate the keyboard effectively. Rollerballs (Inclusive Technology, KCS) An upside-down mouse where the ball is moved directly with the fingers (or foot, nose, elbow etc) to control the mouse pointer. Users who cannot grasp a mouse. Users who have injuries related to excessive keyboard use (e.g. RSI). Users who have poor fine motor control (e.g. uncontrollable movements and tremor). Joysticks (Inclusive Technology, KCS) The stick is moved directly with the fingers (or foot, nose, elbow etc) to control the mouse pointer. Users who have poor fine motor control
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