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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).


  1. Accessibility Consideration topics, including pros and cons for each RPG Format, for different populations:
  2. Developmental level differences
  3. Video. Audio. Text considerations
  4. Accessibility considerations for specific populations
  5. Medication and treatments side effects considerations
  6. Aphantasia
  7. Deaf & Hard of Hearing
  8. Visual impairments and differences including various types of blindness
  9. Learning differences/disabilities
  10. Neurodifferences
  11. Mental health considerations by diagnostic population
  12. Schizophrenia and dissociative related considerations
  13. Wheelchair accessible
  14. Fine motor skills, grasping, lifting, writing.
  15. Brain injury considerations
  16. Larp adaptations for Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinsons, and other disorders with similar physical challenges.
  17. Computer adaptive equipment.
  18. Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI)
  19. Reaction and coordination adaptations
  20. Turn-based rather than real-time.
  21. Cognitive impairment adaptations, including processing limitations or speed considerations.
  22. Cultural and language considerations
  23. Idioms and colloquialisms, including regional variants.
  24. Competition versus cooperation
  25. 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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