Equipment and Training

Reasonable adjustment for physical disability frequently requires provision of specialist equipment such as software and hardware. Common recommendations include:

Ergonomic Aids:

Such as specialist mice, keyboards and computer access equipment to reduce strain on areas of dysfunction. Choosing selectively from the wide range of options overcomes barriers with additional pre-emptive benefits.


Such as bespoke seating, height adjustable desks and adaptations to existing furniture can overcome access barriers for the most complex symptoms.

Environmental Changes:

Low cost changes to entry systems, lighting, location and noise reduction can improve the comfort and performance of staff significantly.


Specialist applications such as magnification, voice recognition and screen reading can overcome barriers providing full accessibility. Training is an important part of this support to ensure the software is used to its potential.