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If you have good use of one hand, you must first try to learn a system that enables you to work, study, and play on a standard, normal keyboard. This one hand typing system is called One Hand QWERTY.

This method teaches the one hand user to type on a normal keyboard, with one hand, just as fast as he would on an adaptive keyboard. If you are searching for options for a young person with a hand disability, then it is MANDATORY that you do NOT try alternatives to the standard keyboard if the child has full use of one hand. Child typists and Assistive Technology and Adaptive Keyboards


Maltron is a good choice if you FIRST have seriously tried One Hand Qwerty

These keyboards have Push-On Push-Off keys for Shift, Control and Alt functions; essential for single hand operation. The switchable dual layout feature of Maltron keyboards has now been developed for single handed keyboards to give an alternative number entry option. For intensive number work the flat number panel alongside the letters is not ergonomic and can lead to fatigue as there is nowhere to rest the hand during pauses. To overcome this problem the number pad numbers are now also grouped on the letters keys. Either letters or numbers may be immediately selected by pressing a separate button. Both Left and Right hand models are designed for "Touch Typing."

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One Hand Typing System Comparisons:

One Hand QWERTY   |   Half QWERTY Half Keyboard   |    Maltron One Handed Keyboard   |    BAT One Handed Keyboard   |   One Hand Dvorak

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Use the standard keyboard (ONE HAND QWERTY)*

Children, and those who have not yet learned to type*, or those who knew how to type, but have been "hunting and pecking for at least 6 months since their injury. Sellablity in the job market. 100% compatible with the mainstream for work and play, enables the one hand person to use the same computer and keyboards as any two handed person. Least expensive.  $49


Half QWERTY Half Keyboard

Adults who knew how to touch type before their disability to one hand

Learn Half-QWERTY in a matter of minutes, with little or no retraining.


Half Keyboard (left hand only)

Half-QWERTY Keyboard






Half QWERTY Half Keyboard


Adults who have seriouly tried to learn One Hand QWERTY, and like the idea tyring to learn a new way to type. The keyboard is layed out in an alterntive layout, but shaped to better help the hand $695


Bat one hand keyboard

Those with disabilities in both hands Uses simple "cords," with very little movement  $199


One Hand Dvorak

Adults who have seriouly tried to learn One Hand QWERTY, and like the idea tyring to learn a new way to type. The keyboard is layed out in an alterntive layout. Free


Overview Adaptive Assistive Keyboards | One Hand QWERTY | Half QWERTY Half Keyboard  |  Maltron One Handed Keyboard  |  BAT One Handed Keyboard  | One Hand Dvorak

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