Computers play an increasingly important role in everyday life, but for people with disabilities computer access can offer additional advantages in terms of communication, education and employment, rehabilitation, and social interaction. This service assists people with disabilities to solve problems of computer access. We conduct assessment to determine which parts of the body are most suitable for computer operation, and then recommend the appropriate choices of computer furniture and access device. Training in posture and computer access skills allows full realization of the client's ability to use a computer. For health care professionals, we provide consultation on the appropriate choice of computer products for rehabilitation, and run educational seminars on computer access for people with disabilities.