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The Tournament Committee maintains this list of reasonable accommodations for disabled players.
Players who are unable to play SCRABBLE games according to the regular rules may apply to the Tournament Committee for an accommodation. The Committee will consult with the player to determine a reasonable accommodation, and list it below. The player may request that they not be identified by name below. Players who are dissatisfied with the accommodation offered by the Committee may appeal the Committee’s decision to the Advisory Board. Players are responsible for alerting their tournament directors in time for directors to verify accommodation status with the Committee.
|Auditory disability (moderate)||?|
|Auditory disability (severe)||?|
|Cognitive disability (mathematical, moderate)||?|
|Physical disability (mobility)||Player will be assigned to the same table throughout the tournament; the table will be as close to the exit or toilet as possible.|
|Physical disability (manual dexterity)||An assistant may perform any necessary actions. A player’s instruction to an assistant is considered equivalent under the rules to the player performing the instructed action.|
|Religious restrictions (observes Jewish Sabbath)||An assistant (shabbos goy) may perform any necessary actions. A player’s instruction to an assistant is considered equivalent under the rules to the player performing the instructed action.|
|Visual disability (moderate)||?|
|Visual disability (severe)||Player may use Braille tiles and board.|