We help people with disabilities to improve their quality of life through the power of technology.
Not all disabilities are visible and to look at 14-year-old Kian you would be forgiven if you didn’t realise the struggles he has faced and still faces to this day. However, thanks to the dedicated work that Everyone Can have provided, Kian now has a place he feels safe enough to begin to challenge himself and engage in his community.
Mike has graduated with a first from Cambridge and is employed by a high profile advertising agency in London - although impressive, this story by itself is not unique. That is until you realise what Mike has had to overcome to make these achievements.
Leigh has four boys, three of which have a disability. Jordan has Cerebral Palsy, Callum has autism, Jamie has ADHD and Cameron is non-disabled. All four boys and Leigh have been coming to our weekly gaming sessions since we opened our centre back in May - they haven't missed one! Our gaming sessions provide an activity that all four boys can enjoy and Jordan is able to participate in despite his physical disability.
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We specialise in technology that can improve and enrich the lives of disabled people
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