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781. Wireless Lapel Microphones

782. Woodworking and Carpentry Tools

Prosthetic accessories for individuals with amputations or hand dysfunctions to use for woodworking and capentry.

783. Word Prediction/Completion and Macro Software

Word prediction software displays a list of words that typically follow the word just entered. Word completion software displays sample words after someone starts typing part of a word. Macro software allows users to complete several steps of a task in a few programmed keystrokes. Many software programs contain all of these options.

784. Word Processing Devices

Compact devices for note taking and document creation.

785. Word Processing Software

People with reading limitations may have difficulty transferring information from one medium to another. Problems can occur when hand-copying written information from another source, when reading charts or lists, or when taking notes on information that is provided verbally. Using a word processor may help organize ideas, use correct spelling or grammar, compare lists, create documents, make signs, or otherwise communicate through written words.

786. Work Platforms

Work platforms are adjustable height workstations that can be adjusted to optimum heights or fixed height platforms used to raise workers to the working level. Some platfoms provide access for wheelchair uses where the use of ramps is not possible.

787. Workflow Management Software

788. Workplace Mental Health Awareness Training

789. Workplace Safety

Universal precautions should be taken to ensure safety in the workplace (Keep aisles clear of clutter, Provide a quick, unobstructed exit, Post clearly marked directions for exits, fire doors, etc.

790. Worksite Redesign / Modified Workspace

Redesigning a worksite as an accommodation can include moving a workstation closer to a break room, restroom, office equipment, or employee parking lot; duplicating work materials in a workspace; teleconferencing into meetings; having others report to the employee physically; or communicating in an alternative way (instant messaging, pager, texting, or telephone).

Modifying a workspace for an employee who experiences limitations in concentration can help limit or even eliminate both auditory and visual distractions. These modifications can include relocating employees to private area away from high traffic areas, reducing clutter in the employee’s work environment, redesigning an employee’s workspace to minimize visual distractions, and providing higher cubicle walls and/or cubicle doors.

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