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What is the nature of your disability? Please be specific.
Please tell us about your abilities. How does your disability affect your ability to game? What movements are easy? What movements are challenging? What movements are out of the question? Have you ever used assistive technology to play games before? Have you seen any types of controllers that might be interesting or helpful?
Explain placeholder "Example: I have muscular dystrophy. It's easy for me to use my fingers, but I can't use my arms and standard controllers are really heavy. It's too difficult to push the buttons on a standard controller. I've never seen any assistive technology to play video games.
Can you play games now?
If Yes, do you use any assistive technology? What do you use to play games? (Standard controller, gamepad, etc.) Do you use any adaptations? (Pillows for positioning, Velcro, tape, etc.?) Was something working and now it's not? Are you able to play but it's difficult?
Example: I can still play games but it gets tiring to hold the controller. I use a pillow underneath my left elbow to help me get my fingers on top of the controller. It used to be really easy but lately, I'm finding it harder and harder to push the buttons.
Finally, how can we help you? Please indicate below if you are:A) Strictly looking for information and to talk to one of AbleGamers game accessibility expertsB) Seeking advice and consultation for how to play video games AND need financial aid to get the controllers AbleGamers recommendsC) Wanting to come to the AbleGamers' headquarters outside of Washington DC for an in-person consultation
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