692. Torque Multipliers
Wrenches and other equipment that easily increase the tension and pressure that can be applied for industrial work.
Provides an alternative method of accessing information through the use of touch-screen techology. Good for individuals with motor-skill impairments who have difficulties using mice.
694. Tractor Modification
Seats, stairs and other attachments that allow easier access to tractors an farming equipment in general for the physically impaired or disabled.
695. Training Modifications
Training modifications can include:
- receiving materials in alternate formats, such as Braille, large print, audio, and text;
- receiving materials in advance of training
- using assistive technologies, such as CART, interpreter, and recording devices;
- having trainings broken into smaller increments;
- allowing additional time for training;
- receiving one-on-one tutoring;
- seating away from distractions; and
- logging in remotely.
696. Transcription Equipment
697. Transfer Aids
Transfer aids are devices that assist individuals in going from a sitting position to a standing position and vice versa. Transfer aids come in all shapes and sizes and have a wide range of uses. They can allow an individual to assist in independently transferring themselves, or eliminate the need to lift the patient entirely in the given situation.
698. Transfer Sheets
These are sheets that can be used to pick up and carry objects or individuals.
699. Transparent Window Shades
Transparent window shades reduce energy costs, eliminate glare, protect from UVA-UVB rays, and provide interior fade protection, while preserving the view.
700. Transportation Assistance
People with various limitations may have driving restrictions and need transportation assistance. Such assistance could include pairing the employee with a co-worker who can drive to meetings or events, transferring the employee to a position that does not require driving, adjusting the schedule so the employee can access public transportation, or helping to facilitate a carpool with co-workers for transportation to/from work. Some situations may be specific to the disability involved. For example, someone with epilepsy may need look at specific information about a state's regulations involving driving with epilepsy. This type of information can be found here: http://www.epilepsyfoundation.org/living/wellness/transportation/drivinglaws.cfm