Devices and equipment that simplifies handing vehicle tires.
692. Toilet Seat Slipping
693. Toileting Aids
Individuals with mobility limitations can benefit from toileting aids to allow for greater independence and safety. Toileting aids can include grab bars, raised toilet seats, toilet supports, or lifting toilet seats.
694. Tongue Touch Keyboards/Mice
A tongue mouse, in combination with an on screen keyboard can allow an individual with limitied limb movement and dexterity to operate a computer.
695. Tool Balancers
Tool balancers are devices engineered to offset tool weights. Springs or other tensioning devices are attached to tools, which counters the weight of the tools. Tool balancers are often used with in-line tools. Individuals with neck, back, shoulder, and cumulative trauma disorders to the upper extremities may benefit from tool balancers.
696. Tools for Measuring Distances
697. 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.
699. Tractor Modification
Seats, stairs and other attachments that allow easier access to tractors an farming equipment in general for the physically impaired or disabled.
700. 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.