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Dungeons and Dragons sessions for BAS families

Dungeons and Dragons is a Tabletop Role-playing Game (or RPG) involving small groups of players taking on the character of a mighty hero, and playing out an exciting adventure together. Players need to use their imaginations, team work and a little bit of luck to complete their quest. The adventures are guided by a DM, or Dungeon Master.

Click here for a video presentation about how Dungeons and Dragons can help children on the autistic spectrum develop social skills.

We are delighted to announce that we’ve teamed up with The Bristol Adventurers’ Guild to bring you exclusive Dungeons and Dragons sessions. The sessions will be run virtually via Skype and roll20, a Dungeons and Dragons site.

There are three groups that will run from January 2021:

THIS GROUP IS NOW FULL 13-16 Year Old Adventurers (any gender): Mondays from 6-7pm starting on 11th January. This group will be facilitated by Dragon Master Mitch.

THIS GROUP IS NOW FULL 8-12 Year Old Adventurers (any gender): Wednesdays from 5-6pm starting on 13th January. This group will be facilitated by Dragon Master Mitch.

12-16 Year Old Female Adventurers: Day and time TBD. This group is for children who present as female and will be facilitated by Dragon Master Clare. The group will begin once we have enough members to take part.

The groups will run indefinitely; group members can leave at any time. Siblings are welcome to attend.

Each session costs £7.50, a deeply discounted rate for our members. For more information and to book, email us on info@bristolautismsupport.org