At the Auberge des VoyaJoueurs, we play. More than 800 games are proposed in this untypical hotel. Board games, draughts games, card games, billiards, giant outdoor games, etc.
Anne-Sophie Hochet, the owner, has at heart to make her place accessible to everyone, particularly to any kind of disability.
Building this establishment has been thinking in that way, and its activities also. Thus, we can find games for people with sensorial disabilities (blind or partially-sighted, hard-of-hearing…), games for people with limited mobility or even with mentally disability, etc
Because the game has the power to all get together, by leaving aside our « differences ».
Accessibility, it is to enable people with disabilities to be independent and to participate, in reducing, or even by deleting disputes among capabilities, needs and wishes on one hand, and on the other hand, the various physical, organizational and cultural components.
Translated from French by Clement Chenevas.
|Name||Type of facility||Environment||Country||Swap?|
|L'Auberge des VoyaJoueurs||Hotels & guest houses||rural||France||No|
[France] http://www.damludo.com/ | Contact Philippe HANNOIS
What is applicable to games is obviously also applicable for most activities as well which can be proposed.
|Cultural events for all||Social Responsibility|
|Fire alarms for the hearing-impaired!||Social Responsibility|
|Health products brought by travelers||Local Development, Social Responsibility, Travellers Awareness|
|Olle Grandma Homestay||Local Development, Social Responsibility|
|Volunteering Programs||Heritage and Biodiversity, Social Responsibility, Travellers Awareness|