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What are disabled people's experience of gaming?


Muscular Dystrophy UK’s Trailblazers are a network of over 700 young disabled people and their supporters, who campaign to remove societal barriers that prevent full inclusion.

We have campaigned on a number of issues such as university, high streets, driving and relationships.

Our newest investigation is on access to gaming and we want to hear from you. Gaming is an important past-time to many young people, but what about their disabled counterparts? Are there barriers that exist which limit or prevent young disabled people’s involvement in gaming? That is what Trailblazers plans to find out.

You can get involved in our research by filling in our 5-minute survey >>

Or why not comment with some of your gaming experiences?


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