“The Everyone Can team are very excited to be joining The Action Duchenne international Conference! We’ll be running two sessions and we’re sure they will be just as fun, noisy and lively as our usual sessions! With a variety of multiplayer games we’re all about getting everyone playing together and interacting.” - Nikki Jones, Everyone Can

The Action Duchenne International Conference is a truly family-friendly event and we welcome all ages!

About 'The Hang Out'

Come and have fun in ‘The Hang Out’ where we have loads of exciting activities planned for our young people and their siblings. 

The wonderful team at Everyone Can will be hosting their much loved Gaming Sessions in the 'The Hang Out' on Friday 9 November from 12.00 - 14.00 and 14.30 - 17.30.

About 'Everyone Can'

Everyone Can help people living with disabilities to improve their quality of life through the power of technology.  Matching technology to people’s needs whether it be to speak, communicate or control their environment.

They use the latest gaming equipment, selected for its ability to be adapted for a range of disability types, whilst not compromising on fun, with various games and control methods to ensure everyone can game!

There will be large screens for group gaming, VR's and a driving rig for you to enjoy!

Having activities that can be enjoyed by all is what the Everyone Can Game service is all about, making it a perfect activity for the whole family and carers to enjoy together.

Get involved 

If you would like to join us in the 'The Hang Out' for these amazing gaming sessions.  Please do fill in your details below or email our Community Fundraising Officer Sam via [email protected]

We will use your information to keep you informed about the gaming workshop and other activities running in 'The Hang Out' throughout the Action Duchenne International Conference 2018.

“I have recently started drip-feeding the children more information about Samson’s condition and made the decision to bring them all to the conference this year. My parents are coming to look after the two boys (8 and 6) and my best friend will help with my 1 year old. I will reserve the children a space in the Kids Club for the weekend, but they can come and go and spend some time with their Grandparents and meet other kids in ‘The Hang Out’ too.

Samson couldn’t believe it when I told him there were other children and people with the same muscles as him that he would meet in November. His brother, Leo was open-mouthed when I told him he would be meeting other brothers and sisters of people with Samson’s muscles.

They seemed to feel relieved that they aren’t the only ones! They are so excited to come and have fun in the swimming pool, in the youngsters’ sessions, listen to the band and have a dance. I would recommend the conference to any family.” Lynnette Ellison, Parent


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