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Feeling/Sensing

Individuals may have feeling and sensing limitations that stem from a variety of medical impairments.

Individuals may have feeling and sensing limitations that stem from a variety of medical impairments. Feeling and sensing could refer to numbness, tingling, and/or weakness in the hands and fingers. Accommodations can come in a variety of solutions for a specific limitation. See below for some ideas to help you get started.

Solutions:

An alternative mouse is a variation of the "traditional" mouse. Alternative mice usually are designed to help accommodate individuals with various fine motor limitations, spasticity, or other gripping limitation. For example, an individual who cannot grip a traditional mouse due to arthritis, carpal tunnel, or a hand injury may be able to move a cursor effectively with a glidepoint, trackball, joystick, or other device.