Many woodworkers are in good health and physical condition but a surprising number are not. Some through injury and others through health issues require different methods of performing various tasks. A prime example of this is people who can not stand for long periods of time. By adjusting the height of their woodworking equipment so it can be used in a seated position allows them the freedom to pursue this hobby or profession. TemplateTom is a long time advocate of safety and has developed methods for blind students to create beautiful projects using their routers. I have to say that their work is absolutly stunning. Router lifts make it easy for people with limited use of their arms to change bits and adjust their routers. Any and all of these are a part of our special needs discussions. We want to know about work arounds developed by members that assist them in enjoying woodworking. By sharing these ideas we will certainly help others to reach their own maximum potential and enjoyment of woodworking.