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Intense PTSD Class Yesterday
by Hawke Robinson published May 03, 2016 last modified May 10, 2016 11:17 AM — filed under: , ,
In yesterday's class on trauma & PTSD, with the mid-term taking place tomorrow, at the end of the class we had a young Afghanistan veteran share his experiences with PTSD, it was intense to say the least...
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Nominate RPG Research to Speak on: "TED Talk - Ideas Worth Spreading"
by Hawke Robinson published Jul 14, 2018 last modified Aug 17, 2021 08:32 AM — filed under:
An increasing number of people have been asking about how they could make it possible for us to speak on TED Talk "Ideas Worth Spreading", here is the information you requested so you can undertake the nomination process...
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The Wheelchair Friendly RPG Trailer Prototype Is Now A Reality
by Hawke Robinson published Sep 29, 2016 last modified Oct 04, 2016 11:34 AM — filed under: ,
The wheelchair friendly RPG Trailer prototype is now a reality! Based in Spokane, and hoping to provide services throughout North America. The first session is scheduled for next week...
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Michael Tresca Interview of RPG Research's Hawke Robinson - Part 1 of 3
by Hawke Robinson published Sep 21, 2015 last modified Oct 30, 2020 09:21 AM — filed under: ,
Hawke Robinson is founder and Primary Investigator for The RPG Research Project, and the creation of the RPG Trailer. Michael Tresca: "I've known Hawke Robinson, Washington State registered Recreation Therapist (#RE60526204) for some time but haven't gotten a chance to interview him before." This is part 1 of 3 parts to this interview...
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About
by Hawke Robinson published Sep 23, 2015 last modified Sep 23, 2015 11:07 AM
Here is a much longer version of the "About" page for the RPG Research Project.
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Can you help? Spokane community volunteer and donor needs help finding an affordable warehouse to store wheelchair accessible vehicles.
by Hawke Robinson published Dec 21, 2017 last modified Dec 21, 2017 02:28 PM — filed under:
I have been parking the wheelchair accessible trailer and bus we use to help the community, in my driveway for a little over a year. Now the neighbors are complaining. Can you help in this search?
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File Microsoft Word Document WSTRA Con 16 RPG Research Presentation Proposal Hawkes Robinson 20150110f
by Hawke Robinson last modified May 06, 2017 05:01 PM
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Incorporating RPG into Clinical Practice Presentation at WSTRA 2018 by RPG Research & RPG Therapeutics
by Hawke Robinson published Apr 23, 2018 last modified Jul 12, 2020 08:33 AM — filed under: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
RPG Research and RPG Therapeutics LLC representatives are presenting at the upcoming 2018 Washington State Therapeutic Recreation Association (WSTRA) annual professional conference. The topic: "Role-Playing Game (RPG) Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (TRS) Game Master (GM) Step 1: How to Develop and Integrate Role-Playing Games as an Intervention Modality into Therapeutic Recreation Programs."
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The Wheelchair Friendly RPG Trailer
by Hawke Robinson published Aug 02, 2015 last modified Nov 07, 2020 07:30 AM — filed under: ,
I already regularly run (for free) non-modified role-playing games that include players with Autism Spectrum, Cerebral Palsy, and at-risk youth in the Spokane area. I would like to be able to provide these games to a much broader geographic area, including rural areas, and groups that do not have their own facilities. The Role-playing Gaming trailer will make it possible to provide these sessions to many more people over a much wider area and populace.
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Braille Dice from FigmentsOfFilaments
by Hawke Robinson published Apr 18, 2018 last modified Jul 24, 2020 05:19 PM — filed under: , , ,
Unfortunately the dice we purchased were very poorly made, with holes through them, inconsistent sizing, too light, and poor design for those with visual impairment. Also I was unable to easily contact the seller for support. At this point I'm sorry to say I can't recommend them. If the issues are addressed in the future by the seller, and pending feedback from Nexus center and others, I will update this posting accordingly.
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