Step 4: Choose the Accommodation
Keyboarding and Mousing
People may have limitations that result in difficulty using a computer, especially keyboarding and using a mouse.
Accommodations may include:
- Implementing ergonomic principles and ergonomic workstation adaptations with articulating keyboard trays, monitor risers, glare guards, foot rests, adjustable chairs, anti-fatigue matting, and adjustable workstations;
- Providing alternative input devices and mice, alternative keyboards, one-handed keyboards, expanded keyboards, or miniature keyboards;
- Providing on-screen keyboards and word prediction software;
- Providing keyguards and typing aids; and
- Providing speech recognition.