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SecondAbility Mentors

Second Ability Mentors

Who are SecondAbility Mentors (SAM)?

People interested in helping persons with disabilities join the Second Life community.

What do SecondAbiltity Mentors do?

The mission of the SecondAbility Mentors group is to provide training for dedicated volunteers on how to appropriately assist real-life disabled individuals as they gain entrance into and explore Second Life.

In addition, trained SecondAbility Mentors provide encouragement and assistance with a wide variety of issues that disabled residents may encounter, including understanding in-world behaviors and overcoming technical issues to the degree possible. SecondAbility Mentors also provide referral services to residents in helping them find the most appropriate on-going groups and services that will, in turn, support them in overcoming or coping with their particular disabilities as they continue with their Second Life experiences.

How do SecondAbility Mentors differ from Second Life Mentors?

While it takes great patience to be a Second Life Mentor, this will be even more important for the SecondAbility Mentors. Residents with disabilities will have a wide variety of assistive devices and applications to help them with the use of their computers. Often they will type slower and the orientation period will take longer. With these points in mind we are looking for residents with a passion to to help those that can be a wonderful asset to our community.

Need more information?

Contact one of the founding officers inworld about joining.


SecondAbility Mentors Code of Conduct

SecondAbility Mentors Membership Agreement


Avignon Beaumont

Charles Mountain

Saxet Uralia


Virtual Helping Hands

Virtual Guidedog

Virtual Ability Wiki

Mental Mentors

Mental Mentors wiki

State of Missouri Veterans Program

Call Bell Groups and Locations:

Autism Society of America

Virtual Ability