Check out these resources for alternative keyboards or enhancements
to your keyboard. Customized, large keys, one-handed, eye-movement
controlled and many other options exist for today's Assistive Technology
The keys of this keyboard are color-coded to help teach/learn typing
and 10-key entry.
is an on-screen keyboard that provides access to any application
in the latest Windows operating systems. This all-inclusive package
provides access using point and click, dwell selection or switch
based scanning as well as word prediction, abbreviation expansion
and speech output.
is a resource for custom, standard, programmable, and ergonomic
computer keyboards, computer keys, specialized keys and keysets,
custom printed keytops, keycaps, keyboard templates, keytop and
keyfront overlay labels, membrane graphics, large print and assistive
keyboards, language keytop overlays and International language keyboards,
keyboard accessories, keyboard protectors, and custom keyboard modifications.
The larger keys and uncluttered layout make the task of inputting
less challenging, and the oversized letters easy to spot. Ideal
for children or adults with special needs.
is an innovative, ergonomic computer input
device. Its exclusive chordset and simple design replicates all
the functions of a traditional QWERTY keyboard, yet with greater
efficiency and convenience. Compatible with Windows and Macintosh
(except OS X).
Keyboards with keys of all sizes and colors. Available for PC or
is the alternate keyboard that comes with software for controlling
the mouse and keyboard plus speech and customization software. Discover:Board's
large, widely spaced keys are appropriate for users with limited
motor control and those who use a fist to type.
is an enlarged keyboard that enables users with physical, visual,
or cognitive disabilities to easily type, enter numbers, navigate
on-screen displays, and execute menu commands. Overlays for numbers,
mouse movement, and alphabetical and QWERTY key layouts can be slid
into the IntelliKeys for instant use.
The is a miniature computer keyboard with a built-in
mouse that is designed to be used with little or no arm movement
and is the only computer keyboard and mouse that requires no strength.
This mini computer keyboard works with the touch of a wand (either
hand-held or mouthstick). It requires absolutely no force. Using
only the slightest hand or head motion, the Magic Wand Keyboard
enables people with disabilities to use a computer and access the
Internet and e-mail exactly like everyone else.