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Students with limited hand control, motor skill difficulty, hand-eye coordination challenges or involuntary muscle spasms due to tremors, cerebral palsy, arthritis, parkinsons disease or any other mobility or learning impairment often find difficult to use the mouse.

Switches and Alternative Mouse can be an enabler in such situations.

Join us for a telephonic training on the 2nd of June, 3pm to 4 pm and learn how you can use switches and mouse alternative in your classrooms or at home and ensure equal access.

The objective of this training is:

  • To understand the problems faced by students or people with limited or no hand movements while working with the computer

  • To get acquainted with various alternatives to the traditional computer mouse that can help better access to people or students with limited or no hand movements

  • To learn how they can be effectively used in classrooms, activity centers and at home so that people or students with disability can easily control, communicate and access computer.

The training will be conducted by by Amit Bagwe: Training & Support Executive, BarrierBreak. With a degree in Information Technology, Amit has been handling the Assistive Technology Aftersales Training and Support division of BarrierBreak since four years.

Special Educators, parents of kids with special needs Register Now! For queries call Ramya at 9323154315.


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