Computer Access and Use (PC, Tablet, eBook)
People with limited function may find computers, tablets, and other such devices difficult to use for four basic reasons.
- They may have difficulty putting information into the device to tell it what they would like it to do, because of difficulty using the keyboard.
- They may have difficulty getting information from the device because of the inability to see, hear, or understand what the device is presenting.
- They may wish to use the device in ways that are not common for non-disabled people.
- They may have difficulty connecting their device to other components of their life (internet, printers, etc.) or holding the device in an accessible position.
What sort of accommodation are you looking for?
- Putting information or instructions into the computer (787) - Accommodations that assist with the keyboard or mouse, or other ways of entering information.
- Getting Information From Computer (257) - Accommodations that make device output (on screen, sound, etc.) easier to perceive
- Using Computer for some activity or support (769) - Applications of computer technology to tasks that able-bodied users are able to do without assistance.
- Connections and supports for computers and devices (85) - Accommodations that hold the device in place, or connect it to other communication components.
- Other (7) - Products in the "Computer Access and Use (PC, Tablet, eBook)" category that do not fit into one or more of the categories above