Sandip, who’s 40, has cerebral palsy. He uses a Lightwriter communication aid as part of his communication strategy, along with onscreen keyboards accessed with a sliding hand switch. He’s an exceptionally fast switch user, achieving speeds of 0.3 seconds, and a joystick enables desktop navigation. Sandip has been working for many years but has now taken a career break to pursue a Masters degree in International Relations. His assistive technology has been essential for him to operate in the worlds of work and higher education. Just as importantly, it also supports his social life.