Office workstations are at the source of many accommodation situations. These are typically familiar settings that involve the use of a computer, telephone, and chair. Numerous types of equipment are available to accommodate those with motor, mobility, hearing, vision, and cognitive impairment who work at an office workstation. For these types of situations, a job accommodation may involve modifying the way an essential job function is typically done and can include purchasing one or more pieces of equipment. Here are some examples of equipment that JAN suggests for these situations. For additional information, visit JAN's other resources under A to Z and use JAN's Searchable Online Accommodation Resource (SOAR) or contact JAN directly for what you are needing.