Minecraft is much more than a lot of fun for kids on the spectrum. Evidence has shown that playing Minecraft through a LAN, rather than over the Internet with faceless people, has helped many children on the spectrum improve their communication skills. Minecraft also teaches children why it’s important to comply with rules while developing a sense of responsibility for their actions at the same time.
This activity is run by the Wellington branch of the Parent to Parent group. Newcomers are welcome, but need to register their interest and obtain a list of the technician’s prerequisites first. If you’re interested, please contact Parent-to-Parent on (04)569-9398 or email them at email@example.com or Karen Gillespie firstname.lastname@example.org.