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Florida Disability Access and Awareness Foundation

The Florida Disability Access and Awareness Foundation is a nonprofit creating media to promote understanding, empathy, and empowerment for the disability community. We challenge stereotypes and negativity through optimism and positive storytelling.

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Built for, about, and by people in the disability community, as well as their allies. We create video games and other interactive media to give people with disabilities a voice.

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A choice-based video game about a disabled military veteran

Wheelchaired for a Day

An empathy-building event where people experienced being in a wheelchair for a day

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We have a diverse and talented team with members from all over the world, working together through the power of technology. Some of us have a disability, some don’t, but we all have a common goal: creating a more inclusive society where physical and intellectual challenges never overshadow the strength of the human spirit.

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We accept every donation with gratitude, also offering sponsorship and investment possibilities. We don’t believe in large corporate structures, excessive salaries and overhead. In fact, we rely mostly on volunteers and interns who appreciate the experience of driving social change. Still, we need your help to push our projects further.

*REGISTRATION #: CH42912  A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800-435-7352) within the state. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the state.

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Changing the way society views disability starts with you! If you share our vision of building a better world for everyone, we invite you to volunteer or intern with us. Students and military veterans welcome!

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How do you react to strangers with a #disability? When you see a person in a #wheelchair rolling up the sidewalk, you:

Join our team. We have an unusual take on #disability , we develop #games, apps and multimedia for #inclusion and we look for 3D modelers, coders, writers, designers and more- professionals, students and amateur -to talk about important issues. #GamersUnite #gamerlife #volunteer

@FDAAFoundation @ianhamilton_ I’m blind, so I play a lot of fighting games and love them. However I’m also really into puzzles and platforming, and there isn’t enough out there that I, as a person who is blind, can play. Things are getting better though.

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