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Comment Tacoma PAVE related links for Autism Spectrum
by Hawke Robinson last modified Apr 27, 2017 02:18 PM
A project that slipped from my mind with the whirlwind of everythingvvelse, is the PAVE group's project. I had told them we would hopefully be running their program sometime this summer. I also intended to start a dialog with them in the months leading up, so we could get various details hashed out to better prepare for implementing the program. This is an important project that we should try to have all hands on deck, like the MDA project. This is the program to teach them to use the public transit system, while developing social skills, etc. An "Agents of Shield" type setting. Everyone on the RPG Therapeutics staff should make themselves familiar with the program, because it is also a template for future programs for this population (ASD/PDD). I still need to clean up the rough bits of the actual adventure, but it is pretty well detailed. At this point it is still a concept to be tested in the field. We have time, but we should all (including myself to refresh), read through the program documents in depth. Revise errors, typos, etc, and begin planning the details of implementation, who will take on what roles, etc. This begins as a tabletop RPG, and then for the final session transitions to a LARP. Here are the relevant documents to read: http://rpgresearch.com/documents/primary/images/programs/operation-tacoma-z-day-cover-20141120b.png/view Overview: http://rpgresearch.com/documents/rpg-research-project/archives/rpg-tr-handbook-of-practice/wiki-version/a-recreation-therapy-related-program-plan-using-role-playing-gaming-to-prepare A deeper overview: http://rpgresearch.com/blog/first-prototype-of-tabletop-rpg-as-a-modality-for-therapeutic-educational-intervention Core Document. Includes TR & Adventure information. Still has blanks to be filled for the NPCs, later adventure components, etc. http://rpgresearch.com/documents/rpg-research-project/archives/private/rcls-445-01-asd-tacoma-bus-rpg-adventure-20140825v.pdf/view I have a more up to date version in my archives offline that I will try to upload in the near future. That will be the one we work together to fill in the blanks and complete. There is also a related project, pure tabletop, the predecessor to the Z-Day Tacoma, it is a 1940s Gumshoe adventure, that will also be used with various populations in the future: http://rpgresearch.com/documents/rpg-research-project/archives/rpg-tr-handbook-of-practice/wiki-version/tabletop-rpg-as-a-modality-for-therapeutic-educational-intervention-for-asd-youth-and-adults-to-develop-civic-resources-knowledge -- -Hawke Robinson President, RPG Therapeutics LLC Washington State Registered Recreational Therapist http://www.rpgtherapeutics.com 1312 N. Monroe, Suite #114 Spokane, WA, 99218 Cell/Text: (509) 481-5437        
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The RPG Research Patreon Individual Rewards
by Hawke Robinson published Dec 21, 2016 last modified Dec 21, 2016 08:52 PM — filed under: , ,
Here is a list of the RPG Research Project Patreon Supporter Individual Rewards.
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The RPG Research Project
by Hawke Robinson published Aug 16, 2017 last modified Aug 17, 2017 11:34 AM
Choose your interest background in The RPG Research Project: Focused Research on Role-Playing Games, or research-based services implementation of role-playing games to help people.
The Wheelchair Friendly RPG Trailer
by Hawke Robinson published Aug 02, 2015 last modified Oct 15, 2015 02:56 PM — 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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The Wheelchair Friendly RPG Trailer
by Hawke Robinson published Nov 30, 2015
Information on the Wheelchair Friendly RPG Trailer.
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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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Thoughts on RPG Assessment Process
by Hawke Robinson published Sep 20, 2016 last modified Sep 19, 2017 12:04 PM — filed under: , , ,
This was triggered by someone's question in a Facebook group, and I thought it worthwhile to repost here, in a more legible format, and more useful platform...
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UPDATE! Wizards of the Coast, Dungeons & Dragons, "No" to any use of Wheelchair Friendly RPG Trailer or other helping services.
by Hawke Robinson published Jun 21, 2017 last modified Nov 01, 2017 02:15 PM — filed under: , , ,
UPDATE: JULY 2017 WIZARDS OF THE COAST PROVIDED US WITH A LICENSE! - After years of trying to get any kind of response, the only one we could get for using D&D publicly, was "No" to any use by our company, RPG Therapeutics, or The RPG Research Project, or The Wheelchair Friendly RPG Trailer, and all of our community endeavors, including charity, special needs populations, brain injury recovery, veterans, Autism Spectrum, etc. Hopefully this is just a Tier 1 Support issue. But we just can't get a hold of a human being to speak to. Here is what has happened far...
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Updated list of goals for the RPG Research Project
by Hawke Robinson published Oct 21, 2012 last modified Aug 14, 2015 10:51 PM — filed under: , , ,
Recently updated the main page's list of goals. Over the next few weeks, I will elaborate on the details of each of those goals. Here is the overview list:
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Using Live-Action Role-Playing Adapted Activities for ASD Toddlers
by Hawke Robinson published Nov 11, 2016 last modified Sep 10, 2017 12:27 PM — filed under: , ,
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