Generally when you buy a computer, it comes with a standard mouse and keyboard. These can be difficult to use for many people with disabilities - perhaps because of low vision, tremor or poor grip.1
There are many alternatives to using a standard mouse or keyboard however and several of these are listed here. For example - trackballs, switch adaptors and head operated mice.
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