Most computer labs in high schools, I’m guessing, have multiple monitors and computer stations. I also imagine that the monitors are all the same and are set at the same height for all. This might not work well for a student with a concussion, especially one with neck issues. A monitor at a particular height might cause neck pain and exacerbate symptoms. Neck issues have been found to cause concussion symptoms.
Here’s a potential solution. I go to a coworking space periodically. All the monitors there are on adjustable monitor stands. Each person can go in and set the monitor to whatever height is most comfortable for them. You can adjust the monitors up and down, forward and backward, and other directions. It’s not one-size-fits-all. The monitors along with ergonomic office chairs result in a setup most conducive to working at a desk.
I purchased a monitor stand and it has helped alleviate my neck pain. My concussion symptoms had begun again and it was determined that neck issues were a cause. The monitor stand has helped, as I don’t have to move my head as much.
Here’s a picture of some of the desks and monitors. I think that this type of setup would be very helpful in high school computer labs. If all the monitors couldn’t be set up on monitor stands, perhaps at least one monitor stand could be installed for one workstation. I think it has potential to help with recovery and Return to Learn for a student with a concussion.