There are numerous types of impairment that impact computer computer usage. These include:
Cognitive impairments and learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or autism.
Visual impairment such as low vision, complete or partial blindness and color blindness.
Hearing impairment including deafness.
Motor or dexterity impairment such as paralysis, cerebral palsy, or carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive strain injury.
Accessibility Options in control panel are used to customize the way your keyboard, display or mouse function. Many of these features are useful for people with disabilities as discussed earlier.
- HOW TO USE STICKY KEYS IN ACCESSIBILITY OPTIONS
- HOW TO USE FILTER KEYS ACCESSIBILITY OPTION
- HOW TO USE TOGGLE KEYS IN ACCESSIBILITY OPTIONS
- HOW TO USE SOUND SENTRY IN ACCESSIBILITY OPTIONS
- HOW TO USE HIGH CONTRAST IN ACCESSIBILITY OPTIONS
- HOW TO USE MOUSE KEYS IN ACCESSIBILITY OPTIONS
- HOW TO USE SERIAL KEYS IN ACCESSIBILITY OPTIONS