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20th January 2020 by Travel For Al... 1 Comments
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Judo for People with Disabilities Can Help With Social and Motor Skills
A new judo studio aimed at people with intellectual, physical and sensory disabilities has opened in Hobart, Tasmania in Australia
19th January 2020 by Rachel Worsle... 1 Comments
(6 vote(s), average 4.7 out of 5)
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A Lamp That Makes Reading Easier for Dyslexics
Research has suggested that people with dyslexia have two dominant eyes that send two different streams of information to the eye,
18th January 2020 by Rachel Worsle... 0 Comments
(7 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)
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Adaptive Surfing School Allows People with Disabilities To Catch Their Own Waves
Surfability UK is a community interest company that provides adaptive surfboards for wheelchair users as well as people with physical disabilities and neurodevelopmental conditions. They provide tandem surfboards that allow people to sit up unaided. The company originally started off helping people on the autism spectrum to participate in surfing and expanded into other areas of disability. There is always a team of coaches on hand to help people select the right surfboard, help them into the water and teach them how to catch their own waves. 
11th January 2020 by Rachel Worsle... 1 Comments
(7 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)
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Modified Minecraft Creates Safe Haven for Autistic Adults and Children
The popular computer game Minecraft, which has been described as virtual Lego, has an autism-specific whitelisted version called Autcraft. Autcraft modifies the rules of Minecraft by not allowing swearing, bullying, killing and stealing, as well as providing specific in-game support and different types of activities. Once registered and approved, players can mingle with other autistic adults, kids or their family members. The creator, Stuart Duncan, is an autistic man who also has an autistic child. He created the game to allow others on the spectrum to play Minecraft without fear of bullying or discrimination. https://www.autcraft.com/
10th January 2020 by Rachel Worsle... 1 Comments
(5 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)
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Braille Dice For the Visually Impaired to Play Role-Playing Games
Jack Berberette, the founder of the DOTS RPG program, loves playing role-playing games (RPGs) but realised many people with visual
4th January 2020 by Rachel Worsle... 1 Comments
(4 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)