I worked at a used game store for 8 years and I've always been amazed by the peripheral devices I've seen come in for the disabled. I think it's awesome that there are companies out there making products like these so that anyone can enjoy gaming. Not only that but I'm also impressed by the people who can wield these devices like it's nothing. Trust me, playing crash bandicoot on a one handed ps1 controller is not an easy feat.
Gamers are people too, and we all need some kind of equipment to enjoy gaming, be it a mouse, gamepad, or keyboard. This charity helps those gamers who need something more specialist. Bravo! Everyone should be able to be a gamer!
It's great that there are people working on making video games accessible to all. When you think about it, controllers are a one size fits all situation and that's just not right. Just look at the original Xbox controller, it was huge and caught a lot of flak for not being usable by more people. Even as the size has gone down of controllers, there is still much work to be done on making games accessible.
This is beyond awesome, I will try my best to raise awareness. I have had a few disabled friends but I never came across devices that helped them play games (back in Saudi Arabia and Bangladesh), maybe with more awareness they would be more readily available out in the world.
I have seen people target children and adults alike for their disabilities. This just ends up putting them off the game. Sometimes they struggle to play those games and it's even harder when people just don't respect you.