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Creating an Accessible Office

An accessible office is a must for someone with a chronic illness or disability. But since everyone's needs and limitations are different what is accessible to one may not be to another. In this section you will find tips and strategies for determining what your unique needs are and how to modify your office so you can work smarter, faster, and with less effort.

If you are looking for a  solution not mentioned here or you have a tip or strategy that worked for you that you would like to share, email us at help@MakingLifeEasier.com or start a conversation on our Blog.

"The important work of moving the world forward does not wait to be done by perfect men."  ~  George Eliot

Accessible Office
Use sticky notes, (like Post-it® Notes) as reminders for EVERYTHING
  Use sticky notes, (like Post-it® Notes) as reminders for EVERYTHING

10 Tips for Making Your Office More Accessible
  Make your office safer and more accessible to fit your unique abilities and limitations.

Eliminate wrist strain while using a computer mouse
  To eliminate wrist strain and make using a computer mouse easier, use an ergonomic mouse pad...


   
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