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MINECRAFT SOCIAL GROUP

FORMAT

10 weeks

1.5 hour sessions (child/teen)

2 hour session (adult)

COST

Monday-Friday: $62.00 per session

Saturday: $64.00 per session

An additional charge of $86.00 will be billed for a summary document following completion of the program.

Cancellation policy:

100% of intended fee (regardless of notice given)

Group costs are split evenly amongst all participants over the 10 week class duration.

To Book

Email: admin@lifeskillshub.com.au

Phone: 08 8180 0761

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Structured Group

Life Skills Hub's Minecraft Social group has been specifically designed by Life Skills Hub staff in conjunction with two teenagers diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. This group uses the interest of Minecraft to further develop social and emotional skills, and transform the gaming world into real life connections.  

  

Group participants will work together throughout the 10-week block to achieve set tasks and objectives. Participants will be provided opportunities to showcase their creativity and flexibility within the program.  

  

The Minecraft Social Group aims to support participants to develop: 
 

  • Increased confidence and self-esteem to share ideas, speak in front of others and demonstrate pride in work. 

  • Ability to collaborate with others; negotiating differences of opinions, reciprocal conversations, role-sharing, planning and decision making.  

  • Executive functioning skills such as problem-solving, sequencing, organization and flexibility.  

  • Positive interactions with peers; connecting with each-other based on similar interests. 

  • Increased community access; providing opportunities for participants to interact with others within the community.  

  • Keyboarding skills. 

 

This group is broken down into three age groups; 8- 12 years, 13 –15 years and young adults (16+).

 

Please note that participants are only able to complete two consecutive terms for this group to allow opportunities for others to engage in the program. Participants may re-engage in the program via a waitlist to ensure fairness. 

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