Minecraft Social Skills Group (Cloverdale/Surrey)

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Minecraft Social Group (ages 7-12)

Our Minecraft social group is suitable for children ages 7-12 years old who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and who do not engage in severe challenging behaviour. This group is designed for students who have an interest in Minecraft as we incorporate game-playing talents and exploration of new worlds to teach social skills. In addition, we use evidence-based teaching strategies such as video modeling, visual supports, and naturalistic teaching. Children in this group will be learning and working on the following skills:

  • Taking turns
  • Helping others
  • Working together
  • Conversation
  • Flexible thinking

Session overview

All Minecraft Social group sessions begin with a large group discussion and check-in followed by introduction of the topic for the day. Students take turns completing a Minecraft challenge and art project. Following Minecraft play, students will engage in play other small and large group games related to the topic of the day, discussion of activities, and a movement break. Parents will be provided with a progress report and ongoing recommendations following the conclusion of the sessions. This group has a limited capacity of 10 children with ASD. Neurotypical siblings are invited to join for a small fee.

To learn more and see our current groups, please visit: https://thebehaviourchangeclinic.ca/social-skills/minecraft-social-skills/

Minecraft Social Skills Group (Cloverdale/Surrey)

Date/Time

Wednesday, January 11 - Wednesday, February 15
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location

George Greenway Elementary
17285 61AAve
Surrey

Event host

The Behaviour Change Clinic

7788701511

tana@thebehaviourchangeclinic.ca

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