The power of RPGs

A role-playing game designed to help children on the autism spectrum build confidence and social skills (2 minutes)

Sophia and family play a kid-friendly version of Dungeons and Dragons (4 minutes)

Discover an amazing world of social improvement and learn how the kind of play done in these sorts of games mirrors the developmental play that helps us learn social skills (8 minutes)

Imagination flows at a Dungeons and Dragons game night organized by Autism Nova Scotia (4 minutes)

Cade Heaton explains how Dungeons & Dragons can be a therapeutic tool, allowing brains to grow and evolve (8 minutes)

How this groundbreaking game involving communal storytelling, dice-rolling, and imaginary adventures…actually gives us powerful tools to combat the perils and challenges of reality (22 minutes)

Matt Click explains why you should play D&D with your kids (13 minutes)