We put fun and inclusion back into the lives of people with physical disabilities by helping them to play video games.
By using technology ranging from modified joypads to eye-control, we're finding a way for people to play to the very best of their abilities. But we're not just doing it for fun. By levelling the playing field, we're bringing families and friends together and having a profoundly positive impact on therapy, confidence and rehabilitation.
How we can help
If you have a physical disability that limits or stops you from playing video games, get in touch. We have a range of accessible gaming equipment to try out in our Games Room in Oxfordshire, and there’s also the option of a home visit if your disability limits your ability to travel. We may also be able to loan you equipment following an assessment, so you can try before you buy.
We’ll do our best to help you play the games you want to play, and if your needs change, we’ll come back to look at alternative solutions that will keep you going to the best of your abilities.
There’s no charge for any of our help, so if you think we might be able to assist, get in touch.who we've helped
How we're using technology
Everyone's abilities are different. So we visit people to find out what they want to play, and exactly what they need to play it. We'll then match, modify or create equipment to lend to them, and give support so they can get the best out of it.
From modified gaming controllers to eye-control systems, every system we recommend or loan is personalised. Sometimes that might mean adding voice control or a chin joystick. Or we might get the drill and the soldering iron to adapt the button positions on a controller. There are hundreds of solutions in countless combinations, and it’s our job to find the right one.
We don’t sell any equipment or software ourselves, so you can confident that if we can find a solution, it’ll be because it’s entirely appropriate for you.
How you can help us
We don’t charge for our one-to-one support and we don’t sell anything. That’s why your donation, large or small, really does count.
Without your help we wouldn’t be able to help people with physical disabilities to enjoy a better quality of life. Whether your involvement is through a donation of time, skills, or funds, your support is always appreciated.
There are so many ways you can help. You can donate directly, or volunteer, or raise money through your company, friends and colleagues - it’s your call. Even a simple tweet about how we’re changing people’s lives could go a long way. And everything you do is hugely appreciated by the team here.Please donate