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Autism Ontario Durham: Gaming Group (ages 13+) 9 weeks

Autism Ontario - Durham Region and Toronto

Sunday, 22 October 2017 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

Autism Ontario Durham: Gaming Group (ages 13+) 9 weeks

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Teen/young adult with ASD 2d 8h 33m $75.00 $0.00

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Register October 2nd at 12pm

This will be a 9 week group  Start Date: October 22nd – December 17th 2017. 

Pre-requisite for this group is CFT/PEERS.  Individuals must have completed the CFT or PEERS program to be eligible to participate in this group.  The cost of this group will cost $75.00 per participant. 


 Gaming on the Spectrum is a social group for teens ages 13+. The group gets together a couple hours every week to play table-top role playing games. No experience with role playing games is necessary to join a group. The group will meet once per week for 2 hours over a 9 week period to play a table-top role playing game (TRPG). The game is a continuous story collaboratively created with a game manager (GM) and the players. The players through the characters they create and control, decide what their characters do, and the story of the game builds around their interactions with game world they play in. The games are very social as the players must work together to overcome obstacles and solve problems. The groups are are a chance to make new friends, and have a lot of fun.


In our upcoming session we will be playing Predation by Monte Cook games. Predation is about the descendants of time travelers who have gotten stuck in the Cretaceous period. The navigate the world looking for lost technology, and time anomalies in hopes they may one day be able to travel back to their own time. 

Role-playing has been found build a sense of community in its players, the weekly sessions allows the players to take part in a social common interest. Role-playing also encourages complex problem solving and provides participants with the opportunity to learn an extensive array of skills through the enactment of scenarios. Gaming on the Spectrum offers participants a safe space to enact alternate personas through a process known as identity alteration. Studies have shown that table top role playing games also help players be more creative and adaptable. For more information go to or email John Smith


Your safety is important to us.  Please make sure that each member of your family is aware of the rules, regulations, and guidelines of the venue and adheres to them.  As a condition of use of the area and other facilities, all registrants assume all risk of personal injury, death or property loss resulting from any cause whatsoever including but not limited to: the risks, dangers and hazards of all other recreational activities.

Due to allergies and sensitivities, please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne, aftershave, or scented products such as hairspray or lotion.


À NOTER :  Cet atelier sera présenté en anglais

  • Cet événement se veut une occasion d’apprentissage pour les parents et les professionnels; il n’est donc pas approprié d’y amener des enfants.Nous vous remercions de votre compréhension.
  • Comme certaines personnes souffrent d'allergies et d'intolérances diverses, nous      vous demandons de ne pas utiliser de parfum, d'eau de Cologne, de lotion après rasage ni de produits parfumés comme les fixatifs ou les lotions pour le corps.


Have questions about Autism Ontario Durham: Gaming Group (ages 13+) 9 weeks? Contact Autism Ontario - Durham Region and Toronto

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Durham Corporate Centre
105 Consumers Rd
suite 3
Oshawa, ON L1N 1C4

Sunday, 22 October 2017 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

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Autism Ontario - Durham Region and Toronto

 Autism Ontario's Potential Programme covering Toronto and Durham Regions.


1.) Do I need to bring proof of diagnosis?
No, not needed.  Just check in at the registration desk and enjoy the event.

2.) Do I need to be a member of Autism Ontario to register and participate?
No.  While membership does provide other great opportunities, all Potential Programme events from Autism Ontario are open to all families with children under 18 with ASD who reside in Ontario.

Sinthea Chowdhury, Autism Ontario
Community Event Coordinator - Toronto & Durham
1179 King Street West, Ste 4, Toronto ON M6K 3C5  

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