Tag Archives: cerebral palsy

Atec Ultra Light switch review: nearly painless

IMPORTANT: if you can avoid it, don’t buy this switch from EnableMart. They charge double what other sites do. After returning a bad adjustable pressure switch, I decided to try another kind. This one is working better: an Atec Ultra … Continue reading

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Traxsys adjustable switch review: a medium

A short review of a small product. The idea of the Traxsys “Joggle” adjustable pressure switch is exactly what it sounds like: twist the lid of the switch (which resembles nothing so much as a primary colored chocolate covered Oreo) … Continue reading

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Assistive technology goes mainstream: switch adapted Kensington Expert trackball

A bit ago I received the new trackball from Turning Point Technology: a switch adapted Kensington Expert. It will be primarily for work use, in conjunction with Edgeless and whichever onscreen keyboard I have available.

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Mobility aid review: Millennial ergonomic forearm crutch

Post updated to reflect updates to the manufacturer’s website. I recently acquired a forearm crutch because of fatigue and pain in my legs. Walkers are too difficult for me to maneuver, including hemi walkers, and canes hurt like hell. I … Continue reading

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Words for me: assistive technology, identity and disability

This post is for the “Identity” Disability Blog Carnival.

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