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How the Gaming Industry Is Adapting

The gaming industry has long been a powerhouse of entertainment, reaching audiences worldwide with ever-evolving technology and storytelling. Yet, for many years, a significant portion of potential gamers β€” those with disabilities β€” were often left on the periphery.
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Role-Playing Games

Role-playing games (RPGs) β€” especially role-playing video games β€” have emerged as a significant form of entertainment and education, offering a myriad of benefits for people from various backgrounds, including individuals with disabilities.
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Gaming and Physical Rehabilitation

In recent years, the intersection of video games and physical rehabilitation has garnered significant attention from the medical and gaming communities. Video game technology advancements in physical therapy have revolutionized the way rehabilitation is approached, offering a fun and engaging method to assist patients in their recovery journey.
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Assistive Technology and Mobile Gaming: Triumphs and Hurdles

In the ever-evolving world of mobile gaming, the integration of assistive technology stands as a beacon of progress and inclusion. In this article, we’ll shed light on the triumphs of blending assistive technology with mobile gaming platforms, ensuring a barrier-free and enriched gaming experience for individuals with disabilities.

A Farewell to a Friend

A Farewell to a Friend – Susan Banks One of the hardest parts about being in the accessibility field is that many of the people to work with every day have terminal illnesses. Susan Banks was one of those amazing…