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Physical Difficulties

Top Tip : Find out how adjusting the Windows Display can help people with a variety of physical difficulties.

Mild Physical Difficulties

People with milder physical difficulties such as tremors and poor fine motor control may find it difficult to access computers. Help can be found in the Windows Accessibility Options and through some free and low-cost software. If these options don't go far enough they can be combined with specialist mice and keyboards... [more]

Severe Physical Difficulties

Computers can provide a lifeline for people with more severe physical difficulties such as cerebral palsy or motor neurone disease.

From using a laptop to access recording to using a switch-adapted computer to access communication and environmental control, computers can provide a powerful and flexible solution to physical barriers... [more]