Many of us find it irritating to sign credit card receipts when making purchases, but for some people with disabilities this seemingly minor inconvenience can be very painful. Similarly, many landlords and a few utility companies still require paper checks as payment. Making out a check to someone and then signing it can be very painful for people with some disabilities. What I am looking for is a solution that allows a person with disabilities to avoid these painful actions, which are only necessary because of arbitrary conventions that have been established with only able-bodied people in mind. Using a credit card online or by phone is a partial solution, but I am looking for something that can be presented at Brick and Mortar stores to make an electronic transaction that does not require any handwriting. For writing checks, does anyone know of a free piece of software that allows a standard printer to validly print payee, amount, word amount, date, memo, an signature onto a wallet size check? I would also be interested in hearing any solutions for how to fill out the forms at a doctor or dentist office, or anywhere else that paper forms are required. It would be really nice if society demanded that places who have forms to fill out should also have assistants for people with disabilities.