Howie from TI’TAINS had the idea of making TTRPG accessibility resource kits to give out at Gary Con XV as a way to easily bring tools and resource to TTRPG conventions and get the word out for those who are using TTRPGs to help others.
Howie has led the activity, and I’ve helped where I can with making connections from people I’ve worked with and am supporting making this digital version of the kit (with some bonus resources that couldn’t be included in the physical kit) to help it be more widely available!
Please check out these awesome people, projects, and resources below, and happy gaming!
TI’TAINS – Versatile game piece holders + organizer for this accessibility kit
Game to Grow – Nonprofit dedicated to using games for therapeutic, educational, and community growth
- BONUS: TTRPGkids interview with Adam from Game to Grow
- BONUS: TTRPGkids review of Critical Core by Game to Grow
Creators Assemble! – Nonprofit promoting literacy through comics and pop culture
Katie Lear – Child Anxiety & OCD Therapist, and found of Young Dragon Slayers
- Katie’s website
- Young Dragon Slayers website
- Instagram (Katie and Young Dragon Slayers)
- BONUS: TTRPGkids feature on Young Dragon Slayers
Dr. Megan Connell – Licensed phycologist and therapeutic Dungeon Master
Knights of the Braille – Community and resources for TTRPG players with visual impairment and low vision
Jennifer Kretchmer – Producer, writer, actor, streamer & disability advocate
TTRPGkids (me!) – Making resources, games, and more to help you facilitate more TTRPGs with kids
- Kid-friendly TTRPGs
- Kid-friendly D&D adventures
- Kid’s TTRPG tips and tricks
- Kid-friendly TTRPG reviews
- Kid-friendly TTRPG podcasts
- And lots more throughout the site!
Thank you for checking out this resource kit seeking out information about TTRPG accessibility and gaining tools that can help you make your games more available and fun for both you and your players! Thank you to everyone who participated in this kit and to Howie for organizing everything here. It’s been a pleasure being part of this, and I hope it helps!
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