Adaptive Equipment

February 26th 2008 10:13 am

The following blog post is the beginning of a multi-part series on Adaptive Equipment for your home. In the next series of posts we will be discussing different solutions to your access needs for different areas in and around your home.


Using a computer can be quite a challenge depending on your disability. With today’s technology, accessing your computer is easier than ever before with the help of a variety of devices designed to meet your specific needs.

Purchasing adaptive computer equipment made specifically for people who have a difficult time using the traditional computer and mouse will make your time more productive and your efforts less cumbersome.

Adaptive computer technology is the use of special computer software and hardware to aid people with disabilities in accomplishing challenging tasks. Providing adaptive computer equipment to people with disabilities gives disabled people the opportunity to complete an education and have a job.

Examples of computer adaptive equipment that allow individuals with disabilities to have better access to computers include: modified or alternate keyboards, touch screen monitors, and voice to text software.

Using adaptive computer equipment gives people the opportunity to have complete access to computers and the internet, allowing tasks to be completed. Tasks made possible through adaptive equipment include: reading, writing, taking notes, communicating, and accessing on-line information.

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Posted by Denise under Advice & General | 1 Comment »

One Response to “Adaptive Equipment”

  1. Marengo Homes responded on 12 May 2008 at 2:53 pm #

    Interesting! Thanks!
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