By now, you might know who I am. If not, well, quick-fire intro: I'm Errol. I'm 23, I'm autistic and I'm a blogger and editor. One thing I am not, however, is special. Autistic people - neurodivergent people as a whole - are not "special". I can hear the uproar coming from a mile away. "What do… Continue reading I’m Autistic. And that’s Nothing Special.
Dear the staff of my old school, Hey! It’s Errol. Some of you will remember me, I’m sure; lanky, kind of quiet, daft as a brush, camper than a row of tents. Usually found at the back of the room unless you had a specific seating arrangement. I hope you’re doing alright! I’m not half… Continue reading #CripTheWeek: A Letter to High School
Okay, this one’s personal. Today has been the first time I’ve been able to realistically create content or actively do anything that I can talk about in months. I’ve not really released as much content as I would have liked over the past month-and-a-half and not really been an active, well, person in that space… Continue reading Productivity, Worth and Chronic Illness
Hello, and welcome to GameAbility, where I take a game and tear it to its bare bones to look at just how accessible to a disabled audience this game is. Since I’m looking at the game itself and not at any additional tech, I’ll be playing with a basic set-up with no assistive technology included.… Continue reading GameAbility: Sea of Thieves
A large amount of the gaming community has a disability or impairment of some form. The most recent numbers come from a PopCap survey in 2008, indicating that nearly one fifth of gamers have a disability, who often find playing games provide some kind of benefit to their life. This huge number of players often… Continue reading GameAbility: An Introduction