Our top tips for working at home – Ergonomics for home-schooling

Ergonomics

Welcome to the second article in our series…

CORONAVIRUS : Our top tips for working at home

Next up in our mini-series of infographics is ergonomics for home-schooling. 

With millions of children home-schooling due to coronavirus, and reports of this continuing for some time, children are spending more time on computers, tablets and phones to get their work done.

Given children’s ever increasing reliance on technology, promoting good posture early in life can help prevent poor habits developing and avoid musculoskeletal issues later on. Even after home-schooling ends, the use of computers in the classroom and later at university and in work, will not.

Here are our top tips for creating a work area for your child that is comfortable and ergonomically sound…

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