We specialise in technology that can improve and enrich the lives of disabled people.
We carefully research both existing and developing digital technologies in order to deliver services that can increase the level of independence for disabled people.
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0808 800 0009
Floor 1, 25 School Road, Sale, Manchester M33 7XX, UK
Our friendly team are here to help with any of your queries. Message us here.
Meet the team
Julian is the guy in charge and has over 17 years’ experience of helping disabled people access and get the most out of technology. He says “what I don’t know about assistive technology, I’ve forgotten”. He forgets quite a bit and is an advocate for name badges.
Sea of Thieves
Andrew is a new member of the team, having joined in 2018. He has joined to help disabled people and organisations to better understand and use electronic Assistive Technology. He is an avid techie and gamer and is therefore perfectly placed to help spread a little bit of independence around.
Rainbow Six Siege
Meet the team
Richard is the guy who goes after money as well as telling people how we’ve spent it. Richard has spent 11 years in the honourable service of the charity and may be available for parole in 2025
Binding Of Isaac
David is our assistant gaming manager. He ensures the gaming sessions run smoothly and sets up our assistive equipment for disabled gamers.
A small group of kind people living in Poole, Dorset find out about a boy who needs help writing and wish to help. The boy has a condition called Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy which is preventing him using a pen. They raise enough money to buy him an electric typewriter. They then form a charity to help other disabled people with technology and call the charity The Aidis Trust.
A kind benefactor leaves money for the charity to open up an assessment centre in Poole.
HRH The Duke of Kent, himself a keen techie, becomes our patron.
A small satellite office opens in Manchester to help support Northerners.
The charity sells up in Poole and moves to the big smoke, London.
The Norther office increases in size and becomes the main service centre, with London down-sizing.
We start our Everyone Can Game service, officially acknowledging that digital technology and gaming have always gone hand-in-hand and we have always supported people to have fun using technology.
The charity rebrands and changes its name from the Aidis Trust to Everyone Can, making our name both easier to spell and understand.
We also open up the Everyone Can Technology and Gaming Centre, enabling people to see a larger range of technology and also have an even better gaming experience.
Our gaming centre
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.
Find answers to our most frequently asked questions
The centre will be open from 09:00 - 17:00 Mon-Fri but will be open for specific group activities outside of these hours. Please note, we are a small team and these times are subject to change. We encourage anyone planning to call into the centre to please call ahead to ensure someone is available.
We ask people to make appointments prior to visiting the centre.
Not at present. Please contact us before your visit and we can advise you on suitable parking close to the centre.