It's called Reducing Computer Overuse Problems in Kids with Special Needs and no, it's not all about telling your kids to get off their computers and go outside. In fact, it's about dealing with a problem which isn't going to go away.
If your kids spend a lot of time on computers, phones, iPads, androids or any other type of device requiring a lot of fine motor skill in their hands, then you ought to read this.
After you've read the article, you're going to want to know about exercises that you can do to reduce your issues. Here's some great youtube resources;
- Easy Strengthening Exercises for Carpal Tunnel
- How to check your computer setup to see if it's egonomic
- Stretches that you can do at your work desk
Also, if you're interested in Dragon, which is a product I've used successfully for years, here's their site. The dictate edition lets you record into a voice recorder and play it back later for conversion. It's a good way to write documents while relaxing in a (quiet) park.