Use Dvorak keyboard layouts on Mac
If you have difficulty using the standard QWERTY keyboard, switch to a Dvorak keyboard layout, which reduces the need to move your hands and fingers.
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Settings, then click Keyboard in the sidebar. (You may need to scroll down.)
Go to Text Input on the right, then click Edit.
Click the Add button , then search for Dvorak.
Select one or more Dvorak layouts, then click Add.
Dvorak: The most commonly used keys are under your fingers.
Dvorak - Left-Handed: The most commonly used keys are under your left hand.
Dvorak - QWERTY ⌘: Temporarily changes the layout to QWERTY when you press and hold the Command key.
Dvorak - Right-Handed: The most commonly used keys are under your right hand.
You can use the Input menu in the menu bar to switch keyboard layouts while working, and access the Keyboard Viewer to preview layouts. If you don’t see the Input menu, you can set an option to show it in the menu bar.