n-ABLER Joystick

Age: 0

Disability: Apraxia

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Hardware: n-ABLER Joystick

Non-verbal communication / low verbal communication skills / fine motor skills or can use a switch control mechanism to control a device.

The joystick only requires a light touch which together with the function buttons, make for easy navigation, selection and manipulation of objects on the computer screen. It is one of the most adaptable Mouse alternatives on the market. It has been specifically designed to address the needs of computer users with motor skill difficulties and enables access to their PC, Mac or Chromebook. It is particularly good for those whose work requires long periods of computer use and for others living with movement impairment. This joystick requires only a light touch which together with the function buttons makes for easy navigation, selection and manipulation of objects on the computer screen. It emulates a computer mouse but with fingertip control and the need for only minimal hand movement, reduces wrist and elbow fatigue, requires far less effort and is less tiring. The symmetrical design enables users to work with either hand without having to angle the wrist, and the unit can also be configured for left-handed operation. It’s large integrated hand support/palm rest makes work posture more relaxed and less strained. The colour coded buttons are mounted sub-flush to prevent accidental activation and it has double click and latching drag lock buttons, with X-Y axis and scroll button for up/down or left/right only cursor movements and scrolling facility. It offers cursor speed control and easy plug and play installation and auto detecting PS2 and USB protocols. It also offers cursor speed control and left and right side switch jacks for alternative switch input to any of the controls.

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