- Possible accommodations include alternative keyboards and mouses, which give mobility-impaired students access to a computer’s basic functionality.
- For example, expanded keyboards (with larger keys that are spaced far apart) can replace standard keyboards for those with limited fine motor control.
- For a list of more accommodations students may require, check out AccessComputing’s article.
"How can people with mobility impairments operate computers?" by AccessComputing.
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