Activities for People with Disabilities
179 E Burr Blvd, Ste Q, Kearneysville, WV, 25430
Distance: 127 Miles
Offers opportunities for individuals with disabilities to socialize and participate in activities
Improves the overall quality of life for those with disabilities through the power of video games
They provide custom gaming setups, including modified controllers and special assistive technology like devices that allow play with the eyes.
* Outreach with the largest community portal for gamers with disabilities
* Gamer player panel to test game accessibility
* Grants for accessible gaming equipment and accessories
- Adults with disabilities
- Children and/or youth with disabilities
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
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LH-0600.1550Computer Access Aids Definition
Programs that pay for or provide hardware and software products that enable individuals with disabilities to access, interact with and use computers at home, at work or in school. Access aids include scanners partnered with Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software which converts handwritten or printed text to an electronic document that can be read by a screen reader; Braille translation software combined with Braille printers for translating text to Braille cells; keyboards driven by a head pointer, mouth stick, Sip-and-Puff, Joystick or eye-gaze tracking systems; large monitors; text-to-speech software which allows users to hear what is written in print; speech recognition software to convert a use's spoken words to printed text; screen magnification software for zoom capabilities; and smart home technology software which controls the home environment (turning lights or the on/off or unlocking doors through a mobile device or voice command).
PL-7000.3150-050Adapted Sports/Games Definition
Sports and games whose rules of play or playing formats have been changed to allow people with functional or cognitive disabilities to play.