Panda had the opportunity this Spring to get into group at her social skills center that ran a D&D group for 6wks. It was only for kids that go to Skills in Motion. It was run by a DM and had 6 spots available. I jumped on that so quick that I think her head spun. I quickly signed her up and paid the money for her to go.
I had written in the past about people using D&D to teach social skills and to help Autistic teens.
She had a blast. She played a halfling rogue!!! And she did a great job. She scouted ahead. She disabled traps. She did take damage, but enjoyed each session. As a group, they rescued someone from bullies(social skills group after all) Now, due to the nature of her disability, getting any more information than that was difficult. She does not relay information…
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