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Neurodiverse Gaming's Podcast
4 minutes | Oct 10, 2020
In this episode Nicole reads our latest blog post called Neurodiversity Defined. We'll go over the definition of neurodiversity, and discuss the misconceptions. https://neurodiversegaming.com/blog.php?p=comments&post=37
31 minutes | Jul 28, 2020
Intro to DND 5E (with The West March Guys)
In this special episode, Ben speaks with special guests JT, AJ, Joe from The West March Guys to give you an intro to DND and RPG's in general. If you have never played DND 5E and you are curious what is is all about this episode breaks it down. We discuss how the game is formated, how to build a character, what resources to use and anything else we think you need to get started play DND 5E.
4 minutes | Jul 16, 2020
Representation of ASD in Video Games
In this episode we discuss the representation of those with ASD in video games. We list fourteen examples of characters with autism that we were able to find from the past 20 years.
4 minutes | Jul 12, 2020
Benefits of Board Games for Children on the Autism Spectrum
In this episode we talk about the benefits of board games for children on the autism spectrum. We'll discuss aspects such as social interaction, turn-taking, and language skills.
4 minutes | Jun 20, 2020
The Benefits of Recreational Video Games for Neurodiverse Gamers
In this episode we'll discuss the benefits of recreational video gaming for neurodiverse gamers. We'll discuss topics such as joint attention, sustained attention, muscle strengthening, fine motor skill development and social skills. References Kulman, Randy. “Making Popular Video Games Good for Kids Affected by Autism.” Autism Parenting Magazine, Aug. 2019, www.autismparentingmagazine.com/video-games-for-autism-kids. Kulman, Randy. “Video Games Can Help Children with Autism Function Better.” LearningWorks for Kids, 4 Mar. 2018, learningworksforkids.com/2018/03/video-games-can-help-children-autism-function-better/
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