Here are some excellent resources to help people with a range of accessibility needs.
Here is a guide from Living Made Easy to computer hardware (equipment not software), such as alternative keyboards, mice and printers designed to assist you if you experience difficulty using your computer.
Disability Wales - your first port of call for information, comment, opinion and opportunities for getting involved in campaigning for disability equality.
Desktop PCs from as little as £99 and laptops from £169 “the Get Online @ Home scheme is helping make computers more affordable.
This site provides accessibility help, enabling computer users to make the most of the internet whatever their ability or disability.
The RNIB YouTube Channel has lots of useful videos to help blind and partially sighted people get more from various types of digital technologies.
The Social Care Institute for Excellence have published some excellent guides around Using ICT in activities for people with dementia.