KEYBOARDING FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED
Interactive Program, Methods and Charts
Keyboarding by Ability Series

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

$369.00

For 1 to 25 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

For 1 to 3 computers

$1,699.00

For 1 to 3 computers

Keyboarding for the Physically Handicapped is the result of many years of research by the author, Jack Heller, who has devoted his life to teaching handicapped students. This program enables people to type regardless of how their hands may be disabled - missing fingers, arthritis, and so on. The Master Edition contains 20 different abilities covering all the possible missing finger combinations, from one finger through all ten fingers. The Speed Tests enables those using this program to measure their typing ability. Learn to type regardless of physical handicap using a standard QWERTY keyboard. Note: Do not count the thumb as a finger when making your selection. 
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One of the most unique tutorials available today to teach physically handicapped students on how to use a standard computer keyboard is the 'Keyboarding for the Physically Handicapped' program.  It is the only program on the market that teaches touch typing to people with these limitations.  This interactive software program is custom designed for people who are missing fingers, or are unable to use any specific combination of fingers.  It also benefits students with Cerebral Palsy, as this program is designed to produce excellent results despite limited hand motion. 

There are twenty unique editions, each one developed for a specific combination of finger movement.  Using the guide keys and the lesson material that matches their ability, students are able to learn at the same pace as everyone else in the class. This greatly enhances their self-confidence and creates an optimum teaching situation for the educator. 

The courses can be purchased as a Master Edition ABM (all 20) or individually for a specific individual.  This one program will provide a complete course for any handicapped student. 

Jack Heller spent years researching and working directly with people with missing digits to develop a system that would bring the highest results to individuals who have these restrictions.