Updated Notice (May 6, 2020): To keep our staff and those who we serve as safe as possible during the COVID-19 outbreak, WATAP has suspended our short-term device lending, face-to-face device demonstration, services provided through the iCanConnect WA program, and in-person trainings and public outreach events through at least May 31st. We are placing requests for services on a wait list and we will provide these services on a first-come first-served basis as soon as we are able. 

We are offering phone and online consultations as well as device demonstrations via video conferencing whenever possible. We are also offering assistive technology webinars in the upcoming weeks. Follow us on FaceBook and Twitter for the latest updates and announcements.

We continue to evaluate the extent we can continue to provide our other services, so please check back for updates and do not hesitate to contact us via 800-214-8731 or watap@uw.edu. Thank you for your patience.

Recreation - Seeing

Being able to take part in recreational activities has a positive effect on people's sense of well being. For persons with low vision and blindness, adapted games allow them to participate in social activities with family and friends.

 

Table Game - Board games, playing cards, and puzzle books are available in large print. Some board game pieces have raised bumps for users with no vision.

Computer Games - Computer games have been developed with auditory cues and haptic feedback instead of visual elements.

Borrow games