march, 2022

This is a repeating event

28mar4:30 pm6:30 pmDungeons and Dragons - Short Breaks 13-19 yearsIMPORTANT - please note there are only 6 available spaces. There are tickets available to book as a reserve in case a place is cancelled.

Event Details

IMPORTANT – please note there are only 6 available spaces. There are tickets available to book as a reserve in case a place is cancelled.
This is a wonderful opportunity to learn or play Dungeons and Dragons role playing game in a small and friendly group.
The group is supported by 2 of our peer supporters who are also very experience in Dungeons and Dragons, and will have no more than 6 young people.
Who is this session for?
This session is for any young person aged 13-19 who is eligible as part of the Short breaks program. You do not need to already have a short breaks membership. You can apply after trying out our group. The Short Breaks programme is for children and young people who: Have a disability and/or additional needs and may require support to participate in leisure and recreational activities. Are aged between 0-19 years old. Live on the Isle of Wight and/or attend a school on the Isle of Wight.
What will we do?
The session is to learn, discover and play Dungeons and Dragons, the fantasy table top role playing game. There will also be other activities if you need a break from the game. It is a great opportunity to meet new friends.
Where is it?
We will be at the Riverside Centre, which is an accessible venue.
What do I need to do?
There is a registration form to complete. This is because we would like young people to attend without parents or carers. You can email this to us or bring it to your session
Is there a cost?
The session will cost £4.50 per person. you can pay this at the session.

Instructions
Please complete the registration form. There are 2 parts. The first part is for emergency contacts. The second part tells us how to make sure you enjoy your session and remain comfortable. We have included an example of how to complete this.

Bookings

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Time

(Monday) 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Location

The Riverside Centre

The Quay, Newport PO30 2QR

Organizer

Autism Inclusion MattersAIM is the Isle of Wight’s Autistic People’s Organisation. It is a user led group, organised and run by autistic people, for autistic people.support@aimisleofwight.co.uk

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