PLAYSTATION 5 – NEWEST ADAPTABLE CONTROLLER IN THE PIPELINE
Sony has launched Project Leonardo for PS5, a highly customisable accessibility controller kit. It is designed to help players with disability play more easily, more comfortably and for longer periods. Players will be able to customise their controller, including repositioning the analogue sticks close together or far apart. As it doesn’t need to be held, players will also have the option to lay it on a wheelchair tray.
BUILD IT BOARD
A great way for kids to build on their foundations of recognising letters, words and writing. A desktop magnetic ‘Build it Board’ with letters to create and practice building and writing will help develop skills over time.
THE FIELD JOBS – LEVEL THE PLAYING FIELD
If you are a parent to a teen or young adult looking for employment opportunities, then The Field is for you. One of the founders is Dylan Alcott, whose passion for meaningful employment for people with disability stems from his own experience of adversity at a young age. The Field has a portal for both job seekers and employers, connecting people with disability who want to work with organisations that want to hire more inclusively.
PJAMA BEDWETTING CLINIC
Designed to accompany its alarm, the Pjama Bedwetting Clinic is an app developed with Swedish healthcare professionals to give you the best chance of success. Simply record each night’s outcome in the app, which analyses the results. You then receive customised feedback and support on how you and your child are going during the treatment, with individualised advice and tips to help decrease accidents.