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Roleplaying / Larping in ASD
Posted on behalf of Kari Gustafson, PhD student at Simon Fraser University.
Do you have an ASD diagnosis, or are you the parent of an individual with an ASD diagnosis? Do you (or does your child) participate in larping (live action roleplaying) or tabletop roleplaying / RPG games (such as Dungeons & Dragons)? I am a PhD student in the Faculty of Education. I would like to interview individuals from ages 13 to 60 with ASD (and/or their parents) about their experiences with larp and roleplaying activities and groups.
The interview can take place anywhere you choose, and will take 60-90 minutes. As a thank-you for your time I can offer you a $20 gift card. If you would like more information or are interested in participating, please contact Kari Gustafson at firstname.lastname@example.org.