Autistic Community

Autistic gamers are a great fit for all of our services but we also run specialised programs and have mentors who are either neurodivergent, or specialise in autism and ADHD


Family Support Packages

Includes weekly mentoring and parent support
Packaged for Value and Simplicity
//  10-14 year olds & 15-25 year olds
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1on1 Mentoring

a personalised approach to healthy gaming 
online - tailored to your needs
// AGE 7+
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Neurodivergent Gaming Clubs

Role modelling healthy play while building connection
Weekly Check-ins and commuinity building
//  10-14 year olds & 15-25 year olds
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The Autistic Gamer - A Chat With Tony Attwood

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GameAware services can be claimed under the line items found below.

The Amaze Video Resources

 
  • Testimonial 

     "The program has been very helpful in making me aware of my own behaviours as a parent and the fact I don't push my son to be responsible for his actions. Ultimately change comes from within and he needs to be the one to regulate his behaviour.
    As a teacher myself, I have found that I even change the way I speak to students in class when they don't do the right thing. I'm feeling better prepared to help my sons move forward."
    - Parent
  • Testimonial 

    "This program was so much more than I thought it would be. It had the perfect balance of information, education (parents & kids), activities, fun and games. My sceptical teen was sold after attending the 1st day. Andrew built rapport with him immediately and could relate to all the kids on their level.
    As for the results, well, the program definitely provided us and our son with the tools we need to make a difference - the rest is up to us and how committed and consistent we are."

    - Parent
  • Testimonial 

    "An amazing program that produces results. The program hits a nerve with my boy who took on board all the teachings and acted on them. I had been trying for years to get him up and active and off the computer but it took this program to actually do it. I still don't know how. The facilitator is a kid whisperer."
    - Parent