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Intro to Dungeons & Dragons-For Students with Autism, ADHD, & Related Disorders
In this 1.5 hour session, we will teach you the basics of how to play Dungeons and Dragons as well as how we aim to develop social skills through playing TTRPGs.
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Who is this class for? This class is for students interested in joining our ongoing campaign. Whether you have zero experience or have been playing for years, please start with this class so you can learn our style and rules for play. While anyone can join this class, it is geared towards students who want to gain increased social skills, impulse control, and/or emotional regulation. We specialize in working with children with diagnosis such as autism, ADHD, and related disorders which can be...
Students will learn the basics of Dungeons and Dragons as well as knowledge of what ongoing DnD/Social Skills groups will entail
Kelsey is a licensed clinical counselor in the state of Wisconsin over 12 years of experience working with adolescents with mental and behavioral health concerns. Pat is a Mental Health Professional in Wisconsin with over 8 years of experience working with adolescents with mental and behavioral health concerns.
Virtual dice roller (download any app or use any website) or physical DnD dice PDF Files sent with character content or login to D&D Beyond
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dungeons and Dragons involves in-game magic, spells, and potential violence towards the enemies. Our role as teachers/DMs is to ensure that the entertainment factor is appropriate to the age level present.
Kelsey KidderD&D to Teach Social Skills
19 total reviews
13 completed classes
I am a licensed mental health therapist out of NW Wisconsin. I am also the co-founder of Tabletop Recovery (TTR), a business dedicated to providing tools, strategies, and ideas to make tabletop gaming therapeutic. I have been utilizing Dungeons...