Computer table for foot user
Five year old Jensen was given a computer at school with a large keyboard as he was born without arms and has to work with his feet. The special needs teacher agreed that the desk should be as good as or better than the other furniture in the classroom. No desk was commercially available to meet these needs.
The desk is made of 18 mm oak veneered MDF with solid oak feet mounted on castors with brakes. These project forward so the desk will not tip if a child sits on the wide shelf. The shelves for both the monitor and the keyboard, secured with wing bolts, are adjustable to keep them in view and in reach as he grows. Jensen now has his own desk that can grow with him.