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Tips to Make Life Easier With MS (Part 1)

Tips to Make Life Easier With MS (Part 1)

Computer Work

I give you advice for the relief of our disease. Tips are directly related to our needs or to our abilities. So follow: Tips to Make Life Easier With MS - Computer Work.

1. Speak, don’t type. “With voice-activated programs, you can just speak and the computer will type what you say”.


2. Go big. If you have trouble pressing keys on a standard keyboard, get one with larger buttons.

3. Replace the mouse. Try an adaptive computer mouse that uses a trackball to move your cursor or is controlled with your foot.


4. Make the screen easier to see. If your MS symptoms include impaired vision, use a screen magnifier to enlarge text and images on your monitor.



5. My adaptation of the computer table. This adaptation enables me at the same time to work on a computer and, if necessary, to practice.



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