By Dan Wilson, assistive technology specialist at Barry Bennett Spending long hours at your workstation can be an enormous challenge for anyone living with any type of arthritis. Degenerative spinal conditions and widespread joint pain reduce ones capacity to remain in a sedentary position and place increased demands on the supportive muscles in the body. If your arthritis is affecting you at work, why not try the following top tips.
Expert Resources: Arthritis
These are the items that relate to Arthritis found on the AbilityNet website. They may be factsheets, webinars, news stories, blog posts or reports.
Blog Post | Jun 2016
Factsheet | Jun 2016
RA is an auto-immune disease and quite different from osteoarthritis, the ‘wear-and-tear’ form of arthritis which many people get to some degree, particularly as they get older. It can cause disabling pain, stiffness and reduced joint function as well as severe fatigue and can have a huge impact on quality of life for them and their families.
Blog Post | May 2013
Did you know that there are around 10 million people in the UK who have arthritis? What is Arthritis, how does it affect people's lives and how can computer technology help?
Factsheet | Jun 2012
This factsheet gives you an overview of voice recognition technology. You will also find it useful to download the factsheet about controlling your computer, smartphone or tablet with your voice