Disability
 
Disabilities that we address on this site, including the inability to sit, the inability to bend, and the need to keyboard in bed

Automobile safety for the horizontal passenger

Computer setups for the horizontal:

The Adjustment
Remapping Keybd
The Keyboards
Stilt Keyboards
Leg & Back Rests
Building Arm Slings
Tch Typist Armrest H&P Typist Armrest
Building Stilt Keybd
Building Kbd Holder
Build Laptop Holder
Build Laptop Cover
Build Paper Holder
File Holder
Word Macros
Make Back Support
Pillow Modification
Computing on Back
Recliner Chairs
Building Foam Desk
Build a Book Holder
Recliner with Desk

Computer setups for the back-lying

Computer setups for the reclining


Sleeping and reading
accessories for the
side-lying


Reading and writing
stand for the standing


Music keyboard raiser

Food holder

Tray holder and standing assistance acces- sory

Raised work trays for kitchen or workroom

Raised workbench for garage

Raised massage table

Raised sinks, faucets, and towel racks

Mattresses for TV watching and eating

Using a reacher device for dressing, picking things up, and grabbing things that are too high or low to reach without bending or straining

Toilet seat riser

Living Room Floor-Level Back-Lying Remote Holder

Living Room Back-Lying Remote Holder

Two High-Leverage Shower Knobs

Raised Shower Head

Remodeled Counter and Sink Faucet and Faucet Knobs in Bathroom and Kitchen

Left-Click Microswitch and Switch-Adapted Mouse

Xkeys for Easier Drag and Copy and Paste Functions

Bathtub Saddle Remodel for Safety

Do-It-Yourself Accessibility Wrench for Pool Filters and Valves

Accessibility Pool Steps with Reduced Riser Height

Hot Tub with Safety Rail and Safety Pole

Links
Build a Laptop Cover for Side-lying Computing!
Build a Laptop Cover for Side-lying Computing!
Build a Laptop Cover for Side-lying Computing!
It's important to keep laptop or flat screen monitor screens out of harm's way. I found that a piece of scrap one-by-four, a bit of scrap wood paneling, a can of thin 1 ˝-inch nails, and a couple of spare drawer handles was all it took to eliminate these dangers.

I cut a piece of the one-by-four long enough so that a box with it as the top would clear the top and sides of the laptop with a few inches to spare. I cut the plywood tall enough so that the box didn't end up resting on the top of the computer. Then I cut two more pieces of one-by-four 8 3/4 inches long to be the sides of the cover. They were for the upper half of the sides of the box only—I left the bottom half of the sides open since I realized that there were a lot of wires and cables going from the wall to the computer and it was best if these wires exited the side of the cover.

I added the handles to the top and side of the cover before nailing it together; these made it easier to handle the cover with no bending and the least strain. I made the cover so it would fit on top of the
laptop/flat-screen holder. This cover sat on the offset on the front of the holder, but had no resting place on the back until I made one, so I got a 20-inch piece of two-by-two and added a 3/16-inch plywood paneling ledge to it that was 2 inches by 20 inches. I added this assembly to the holder at just the right place so the cover would sit straight.
Building a Laptop or Flat Screen Monitor Cover