"I have shown the site to our OTs in our rehab clinic and we are loving it"
- Suzie Wiley, OTR ACCT Program Adaptive Computer & Communication Technology
"I am really excited to have these games"
- Jeanette Morgan, M Ed Homebound/Hospital Teacher
"Some consumers who cannot play anything else in the room are successful"
- Leah Gardner Director of Removing Limits Through Technology Assistive Technology Program United Cerebral Palsy of North Texas
"I bought Nanogames for my parents...contact me when you have more games"
- Suzie USA
"being able to play a game competitively...is so cool"
- Gabriel Laigo, Assistive Technology Day Camp, Seattle
Around the world these uniquely flexible Nanogames are played in homes, schools and recreational centers. Nanogames are also used as therapy activities and in Universities for OT/SLT training and Research Activities.
Nanogames are designed, from the ground up, to be very flexible, accessible and easily adapted. This enables them to meet the needs of almost any* player.
* the one area not yet catered for is players who are totally blind. Nanogames have very good features for players with low vision but they cannot (yet) be played by players with no vision who rely on voice output.