We have a problem that needs solving here. In order to get close enough to the screen to see it and enjoy it, Abi's head is blocking the picture for everyone else. Sometimes we banish Abi to the couch, which means she is reduced to only listening to the soundtrack; sometimes everyone crowds around the screen, which results in frustration and pushing one another out of the way.
Because her field of vision is so small, the kind of screen Abi can see best is an iPhone-sized screen held inches from her face. I can play Netflix movies on that device for her, but not the same movie as the other kids are watching as it won't let me play the same show on two devices.
The best solution I can think of is setting up a dual-screen monitor with a small screen that she can hold, and a long enough cable that she can sit on the couch with us. If we can somehow manage to get her own tiny, duplicate screen, we could all enjoy a show together. We're still brainstorming how to make it work.