Abletrack is a switch adapted track ball designed for use by individuals who wear wrist splints or who have carpal tunnel syndrome, fine motor disabilities, limited hand function, or upper extremity disabilities. This track ball can be operated without the thumb or fingers as it requires no grasping, pinching, or twisting. It comes with two large, removable external hand switches which can be operated using the palm, fist, or side of the hand. The knee, foot, toes, etc. can also be used. The swi
Mousebean Ergonomic Hand Rest
The MouseBean Ergonomic Hand Rest is a wrist rest for a computer mouse designed to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive strain injuries and to allow people with these and other upper extremity disabilities to use a computer mouse. This rest features a kidney bean-shaped plastic base with two removable and washable oval pads. It connects to a mouse with a sliding coupling bar that attaches to a socket that sticks on the rear of the mouse. COLOR (BASE/PADS): Black/Grey; Ultra Blue/I
The EG-ErgoArm Armrest is an adjustable arm support designed for use by individuals with limited upper extremity strength or range of motion or by people with repetitive motion injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome. It also provides wrist support. The arm pads guide arm placement and keep wrists in a neutral position. Each unit may be used with either the right or left arm. The EG-ErgoArm mounts on a desktop or workstation up to 1.875 inches thick without tools using a clamp. The clamp end swi
Tiny Mouse (Models Tmo & Tmob)
The Tiny Mouse is a mouse designed for use by children, seniors, or individuals with arthritis of the fingers and hand. Approximately the half the size of a standard mouse, this unit reduces the need to extend the hand. Features include optical tracking, colored buttons, and a scroll wheel.
The AlphaBetter Desk is an adapted student desk designed for use by children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (DHD). This height-adjustable desk allows students to sit or stand and to swing their legs based on their natural energy levels, so they can learn in a way that is more consistent with the developmental needs of their minds and bodies. The desk has a swinging pendulum footrest, allowing students a noise-free outlet for expending their natural energy, burning calories, and fi