All of the information in this section is based on over 40 years of actual real-world experiences in our research, community programs, or evidence-in-practice data from RPG.LLC staff, as well as contributions from others (attributed where applicable).

  • Accessibility Consideration topics, including pros and cons for each RPG Format, for different populations:
  • Developmental level differences
  • Video. Audio. Text considerations
  • Accessibility considerations for specific populations
  • Medication and treatments side effects considerations
  • Aphantasia
  • Deaf & Hard of Hearing
  • Visual impairments and differences including various types of blindness
  • Learning differences/disabilities
  • Neurodifferences
  • Mental health considerations by diagnostic population
  • Schizophrenia and dissociative related considerations
  • Wheelchair accessible considerations
  • Fine motor skills, grasping, lifting, manipulation, writing.
  • Brain injury considerations
  • LARP adaptations for Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinsons, and other disorders with similar physical challenges.
  • Computer adaptive equipment.
  • Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI)
  • Reaction and coordination adaptations
  • Turn-based rather than real-time interaction.
  • Cognitive impairment adaptations, including processing limitations or reaction speed considerations.
  • Cultural and language considerations
  • Idioms and colloquialisms, including regional variants.
  • Competition versus cooperation
  • Assertiveness versus passivity

This is not an all-inclusive list, and is being updated and expanded regularly. If you have a question about a specific accessibility consideration for a specific RPG format, please contact us with your question(s) and we will provide information where possible and/or add your questions to our to-be-researched list.


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