Conditions that affect seated posture and the ability to reach or view the table
At times children with disabilities may have difficulty seeing or reaching board to due restrictions in posture and seating. In situations where assistive technology does not aide in creating this access, focus more heavily on theater of the mind (using descriptions and verbal cues to establish settings rather than tangibles and maps).
Provide space and environment that allows for increased mobility as needs may require physical access to a gaming environment.
Build additional time into gameplay on the player's end, reducing the focus on interactive manipulation and more on communication and roleplay.