Once a Gamer, Always a Gamer
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Once a Gamer, Always a Gamer

Although Robert Florio was paralyzed at the age of 14 after a swimming accident, he remains an avid gamer. He is currently completing a bachelors degree in video game art and design and hopes to create games that are accessible to people living with disabilities.To learn more about Robert Florio, visit his website at: www.robertflorio.comVideo by: Akira Hakuta/washingtonpost.com

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