AbleGamers helps level the playing field for disabled gamers

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AbleGamers helps level the playing field for disabled gamers

Mark Barlet, founder and executive director of AbleGamers, holds modified video game controller at the AbleGamers headquarters in Harpers Ferry, W.Va. Although some worry that video games can be isolating and addictive, Barlet contends that gaming is a lifeline for the disabled and enhances their quality of life.

AbleGamers helps level the playing field for disabled gamers

Mark Barlet, founder and executive director of AbleGamers, holds modified video game controller at the AbleGamers headquarters in Harpers Ferry, W.Va. Although some worry that video games can be isolating and addictive, Barlet contends that gaming is a lifeline for the disabled and enhances their quality of life.
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