people with physical disabilities can utilise an extensive range of assistive technologies including the following
Standard layout keyboards but with very large keys (also used by people with visual impairments)
One handed keyboards where all the keys are stacked in a non-standard pattern designed to make it easier for people who only have the use of one hand.
Mice with rollerballs on top to be manipulated with minimal finger movement instead of having to push a mouse across a table.
Mouth stick pointer to help with typing for people who may be paralysed and unable to use other pointing devices such as a mouse or trackpad.
On-screen keyboard which can be operated with a mouse or trackpad can provide helpful to people with limited hand or arm movement.
Switches operated by hands, foot or shoulder can take the place of mice and mice buttons.
Voice recognition and eye tracking for completely hands-free interaction with technology.