While we've got an affection for outdoor activities, we recognize that there are plenty of indoor activities that get people engaged, entertained, and connected. Today we're giving a shout-out to AbleGamers, a nonprofit that "aims to improve the qualify of life for those with disabilities through the power of video games."
AbleGamers was founded in 2004 by Mark Barlet and Stephanie Walker, with a goal of enabling gamers with disabilities to continue playing games for recreation and rehabilitation, regardless of their physical challenges.
Their three-step approach, outlined below, aims to increase accessibility of video games and achieve further inclusion:
Do you have a favorite video game? Do you need help making a game more accessible? Or do you just want to connect with some other like-minded gamers? Head on over to AbleGamers and learn more!
The GRIT Freedom Chair is the most versatile chair on the market, designed from the ground up to handle any terrain. From trails to grass to snow, the Freedom Chair is built for you to push yourself. Born out of research at MIT, the Freedom Chair's patented easy-push levers reduce shoulder strain and put you in control of your mobility. Ready to hit the trails. Learn more about the GRIT Freedom Chair at www.gogrit.us