Dice 4 Diversity is focused on providing social education in a fun environment, utilising role-playing games. Participants will take ownership of a character in a fantasy world, work in a team to overcome adversity and navigate their way to a successful outcome. Role-playing is a great way to learn social skills in a safe environment – the fun and enjoyment is a bonus. Dice 4 Diversity offers sessions to children from Year 5 and up, teens and adults with all types of diverse abilities who have an interest in enjoyable social activities and expanding their social networks. School age participants will play in groups with other players of similar age. Parents, carers and support workers are more than welcome to attend.

Why role-play?

Navigating social interactions can be difficult. Some people are good at it, but many struggle in these situations. But those that are good at it did not become so proficient without practice. Frequent social interactions in different situations are a great way to learn how to communicate effectively, while also learning social norms.

Our aim is to assist people with disabilities to enhance their social skills, enabling better interactions with the wider community. Participants will have the opportunity to meet people outside their current communities which will expand their social boundaries within age-appropriate cohorts. 

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Our services

We want to improve social skills through the necessity of communication and cooperation during role-playing games. We have a set of rules to guide behaviour within the room to enable all participants to be engaged in the role-play. Each session is limited to 4 participants to enable deeper participation.

New participants will receive a 30 minute appointment to discuss care requirements, specific social aspects to work on, and more. 

The sessions are paper-based and all equipment will be provided. However, participants are able to purchase their own equipment if preferred. 

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Session information and pricing

Regular sessions are 3 hours long and primary school sessions are 2 hours long. Participants will receive small corrective feedback throughout the session that will feed into a discussion at the end of each session to talk about how the interactions unfolded and provide some points for improvement. Programs can be booked as a block of 5 or 10 weeks fitting within a half or full school term.

Regular weekday sessions are priced at $120 per session, per participant. Weekday primary school sessions are priced at $80 per session, per participant. Saturday sessions are priced at $165 per session per participant. Saturday primary school sessions are priced at $110 per session per participant. Discounts available for early/advanced payment. 

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