We help people with disabilities to improve their quality of life through the power of technology.
Toby and Harry’s story is a perfect example of why we do what we do.
Toby started attending our child gaming sessions at the end of 2018, along with his younger brother, Harry, after Toby’s mother had learnt of our sessions from his Occupational Therapist. Toby was just 5 years old and at the younger-end of those in our gaming community. To further challenge matters, Toby also has a severe form of cerebral palsy that prevents him from walking, talking and having the dexterity needed to use a standard games controller.
TAKING CONTROL OF HER OWN DESTINY.
How the fun and games started.
Amy is a 14-year-old girl whose family contacted Everyone Can after finding out that we find ways to enable people with complex disabilities to play video games.
Video games can be a huge part of some people’s life; whether it’s for fun, pursuing gaming professionally or a chance to socialise online with friends. I am sure anyone would agree to have your favourite hobby taken away from you would impact your life massively.
Meet Qasim, a 26-year-old who loves to game! Like most avid gamers he has been playing games since he was a small child, he told us it has always been his favourite hobby and his main interest from a very young age.
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We specialise in technology that can improve and enrich the lives of disabled people