Dungeons & Dragons Social Group a huge hit

Dungeons & Dragons Social Group a huge hit

What is Dungeons & Dragons?

Dungeons & Dragons is a Tabletop RPG (role play game) that focuses on storytelling… with dice! Everything in the game is the players decision, from what they look like, to how they act, to what happens next. Players form an adventuring party who together, explore fantasy worlds as they embark on epic quests and advance their levels in experience. Here is a short 5 minute video explaining the game.

The Dungeon Master (also known as the DM or in our case Ben Warner) is the game’s referee and storyteller. 

Our D&D social groups are specifically for participants diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and will be targeted to different age groups.

Our D&D Social Groups promote:

  • Social Interaction
  • Social Communication
  • Social Co-operation
  • Imagination
  • Decision Making
  • Creative Skills

D&D Social Groups are located on site in our Liverpool Office and will be held over an 8 – 10-week block

Term 2 2023

D&D Social Group for Participants 16+

Dates: Term 2 group will commence on Friday April 28th and will conclude on Friday June 30th.

Cost: $300 – NDIS funds can be used under: Group & Centre Based Activities / Community Engagement Assistance

Time: Fridays 4:30pm – 6:30pm

Location: AASS House – 88 Memorial Ave Liverpool

Term 2 Requirements: Participants must be able to sit in a group setting for 2 hours and be able to communicate with their peers.

Expression of Interest

To apply for a spot in our Term 2 Adventure please Click Here

PLEASE NOTE – Submitting an EOI does not guarantee a position in the group & places are limited to just 6 participants.

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