headstick

headstick

(ˈhɛdˌstɪk)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing a piece of wood formerly used in typesetting to create a margin at the top of a page
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The go-kart can be operated by a family member via remote control, or Sean can drive it himself using a joystick and headstick.
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She used to communicate by typing with a headstick but got fed up with that and now, having had extensive speech therapy, relies on her voice.
Jessica has learned to use a headstick to type and spell out messages.
Improving the Functional Utility of Rehabilitation Robotics Through Enhanced Sensory Feedback: The Virtual Headstick.
How, for example, can a one-handed typist or headstick user, hold down a key on the left-hand side of the keyboard while simultaneously pressing another key on the right-hand side of the keyboard?
For some that means an adapted keyboard or a headstick, to others a TDD or Braille decoder, and to many it means the ability to read and write.
The program was designed for people who use a headstick, mouthstick, or one finger to type.
Release may be with the hand, chin, headstick or handstick.
Gazing over the audience, those on the platform could see more wheelchairs, a number of white canes, a few crutches, and here and there a headstick.
This is especially helpful for headstick, mouthstick, and one-hand/-finger typists.
Designed for mouthstick, headstick, or one-finger typists, the Sticky feature is a useful tool for people with carpal tunnel syndrome or two-hand stylus typists.