Dyspraxia (DCD) and Technology

There is a lot of equipment for dyspraxia; the only problem is knowing what is about and where you can get them. I have listed a selection of aids which are specifically designed to help students with dyspraxia (DCD).


Dyspraxia (DCD) and Technology

 

Adorable 7 year old girl baking cookies falling making mess over white background.

There are many typing aids for dyspraxia; the only problem is knowing what is about and where you can get them. I have listed a selection of aids which are specifically designed to help students with dyspraxia.

 


BigKeys Keyboard for Dyspraxia

BigKeys Keyboard for Dyspraxia

Big Keys Keyboard for Dyspraxia

Keyboards with unique ‘large keys’ can be purchased.

BigKeys LX is a standard sized keyboard and has 60 large chunky keys. The keyboards are available with uppercase letters with coloured or white keys. The keyboards are not any larger than your standard keyboard.

They can be connected by putting the plug straight into your ordinary computer – couldn’t be easier.

They are perfect for students with fine-motor difficulties, such as Dyspraxia, Dysgraphia, ADHD or other similar problems.

Price is approx. £120 ex. VAT (however, depending on the reason for the purchase, i.e., disability, you may not have to pay this.

For further information, go to Inclusive Technology.

 


Dyspraxia and Technology

 

Adorable 7 year old girl baking cookies falling making mess over white background.

There are many typing aids for dyspraxia; the only problem is knowing what is about and where you can get them. I have listed a selection of aids which are specifically designed to help students with dyspraxia.

 


Big Keys for Keyboards

BigKeys Keyboard for Dyspraxia
BigKeys Keyboard for Dyspraxia

Keyboards with unique ‘large keys’ can be purchased.

BigKeys LX is a standard sized keyboard and has 60 large chunky keys. The keyboards are available with uppercase letters with coloured or white keys. The keyboards are not any larger than your standard keyboard.

They can be connected by putting the plug straight into your ordinary computer – couldn’t be easier.

They are perfect for students with fine-motor difficulties, such as Dyspraxia, Dysgraphia, ADHD or other similar problems.

Price is approx. £120 ex. VAT (however, depending on the reason for the purchase, i.e., disability, you may not have to pay this.

For further information, go to Inclusive Technology.