The AbleGamers Charity has provided inclusive gaming opportunities and one-on-one services for over a decade, and thanks to a generous grant from digital accessibility firm Level Access, the group has opened the “AbleGamers Center for Inclusive Play” in Charles Town, West Virginia (USA). This new location allows the charity to dramatically expand the number of individuals that they can now serve, starting with one-on-one consultations with industry experts and to conduct in-person custom gaming demonstrations.
In the past, the charity had to limit itself to finite off-site consultations and online demonstrations, but their new ability to host in-person meetings will allow them to have a much greater impact on the local community as well as the community at-large.
The center is open to the general public every Thursday.
To find out more about the charity, its new center, and its mission, be sure to visit the AbleGamers website!
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