Lacehim wrote on Today at 22:52:
Thought I would ask you for some advice. *Ive been switch adapting toys & computer mice for a local therapy centre to help them out. *Companies sell switch adapted mice for $75
when parts are probably $20 max (inc a new mouse). *Seems anything with the word "special needs" attracts a premium price.
Anyway, they are harrassing to pay me for my work
and have a few families wanting me to do stuff for them. *Before I run headlong into this I was wondering if you knew if I would be legally required to comply with any standards or have to get some qualifications to do this work? *More to cover my ass than anything else. *Not so worried about the toys, they all run on batteries and I dont touch 240v stuff, *but the mice are connected to a computer and draws power from it so I was concerned about that.
I thought this might keep me busy when Im not looking after the kids or making coffee, and more than anything it will help some families out with kids that have a disability and cant afford the expensive equip to use at home.
Thanks for reading...