The job of a computer support specialist is often to help people get their cars serviced.
But if you have a disability, like an autism or epilepsy, it’s not just the computer that can’t work.
It can be the driver, the driver’s assistant, the front desk clerk, or even the front-end loader.
Computer support specialists can help people with disabilities navigate complicated technology.
And their job is often less about finding a solution than finding ways to get it to work for the people they’re supposed to be helping.
This article is part of our series: Helping the Disabled in America.
Learn more about computer support.
To learn more about what it’s like to be a computer specialist, check out the series on disability in the news section of The Wall St. Journal.