By design, all of our work is directly connected to one of the 5 parts of the AbleGamers Foundation's approach. This framework helps us to focus our efforts and funding towards what we belive is needed to get the concept of game accessibility from where it is, to where it should be.
We have more that we want to do, but await the proper funding, some we have listed here, but show then as "unfunded". For details on the funding needs, and how you can help at a corporate level
With an estimated 60 million Americans with disabilities, about 33 million of them using gaming to help increase their own personal quality of life, and to make friends without the stigma that is often carried around by those with disabilities the AbleGamers Foundation finds giving the disabled gaming community a safe, and respectful destination on the web an important part of our mission.
Companies and content producers in large studios as well as small independent shops are looking for the information they need to make their content more accessible. The AbleGamers Foundation is in constant contact with content producers.
Read about the work we are currently funding
Our focus is a three prong approach that will show the strength of the community, and the need for their inclusion.
We offer a range of opportunities for job seekers who want to join the fight for greater access for people with disabilities and who share our commitment to excellence. Currently AGF has NO paid staff.
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