Our technology centre in Manchester offers an unparalleled gaming experience for disabled people. Using the most up-to-date equipment, from the retro arcade games of yesteryear to the latest virtual reality and driving simulators, we are taking gaming to the next level. With alternative control methods for anyone who needs them, we ensure everyone can game. Single player, competitive or cooperative, come on down for some inclusive fun.
If you run a group for disabled children and are interested in our gaming services then please get in touch for more information, we would love to invite you to our centre. Alternatively, if you are an individual who would like to know more about alternative controls for gaming, then get in touch to see how we can help.
Using digital technology, we find practical solutions that can improve your level of independence. Whether you need help with shopping, communication or controlling appliances around your home, we can find the solutions.
Due to the bespoke nature of assessments, they are best conducted from our centre, where we have access to a wider range of technology. However, if you are unable to travel to our centre in Manchester, keep an eye out for our Roadshows in an area near you.
Who we've helped
Leigh’s family's story
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.
Workshops and individual training
Our workshops are designed to demonstrate how technology can help disabled people become more independent. Whether you are looking for help around the home, shopping or communicating, we have the technology!
Our training sessions offer one to one training on specific software and hardware and is designed to support a disabled person or their carers.
Workshops and individual training sessions are held at our centre or at a venue to suit you.
We’re always on the look out for developers, bloggers and an extra pair of hands.
Your donation can help fund our centre and allow us to buy equipment.
Hardware, software - we’ve aways go a list of things we need. Contact us and donate keys.
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