Adapting games to be available to as many people as possible, especially for players or GMs with disabilities or special needs.

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Can deaf people play RPGs?

As a deaf person, I guess that I can't play RPGs but I am not sure, as I have never played one. Generally speaking, I think there are two genres of RPG: Table RPG (such as D&D) and Performing RPG ...
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How can I make things easier on my dyslexic and high-functioning autistic players?

I have other players read out information from my dyslexic player's character sheets when necessary, and I use non-verbal visual aids whenever possible. I generally give out copies of any important ...
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Looking for a game that does not need anything but character sheets

I would like to run an RPG, but one of my players has a hard time sitting up for long periods of time. What sorts of games can I try running given that she needs to be lying in a hospital bed and ...
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GMing for [dis]abled players, specifically blind players?

What kind of measures should one take when running a game which includes a [dis]abled player (or players) such as a blind of deaf player? Are there any technologies or styles which are particularly ...