Interview on Boards Alive Podcast

Founders Adam Davis and Adam Johns, along with Ethan Schoonover, were interviewed by Aaron and Quinten of the Boards Alive Podcast!   In the podcast we talked about how Game to Grow uses role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons in social skills groups, and how Ethan’s school program uses D&D to students build  confidence and strengthen […]

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Release the Minions: Introducing RPGs to Youth | PAX Unplugged 2018 Panel

At PAX Unplugged this year, we presented an updated version of our panel Release the Minions: Introducing RPG to Youth, with Ethan Schoonover.  We shared how to choose a game, introduce the game, and modify the game.  Enjoy!   Panel Description: We love RPGs and we love sharing our passion with others, but what do […]

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Roll for Healing: Therapeutic Game Master Round Table | PAX Unplugged 2018 Panel

This year at PAX Unplugged, Game to Grow presented a panel called Roll for Healing: Therapeutic Game Master Round Table.  We presented a similar panel at PAX West 2018 though this panel features some additional panelists who are using role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons in other parts of the country.  Enjoy!     Panel […]

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Collaborative Homebrew 101 featuring Scott Kurtz! | PAX Unplugged 2018 Panel

At PAX Unplugged, we presented a return of our panel Collaborative Homebrew 101: Cure for the Common Murder Hobo.  We’d presented this at PAX East and PAX South, but this time the panel featured Scott Kurtz from Table Titans! Table Titans has been a fantastic support for Game to Grow, offering us table space at […]

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Game to Grow will be a GenCon 2019 Official Charity Partner!

We are honored to have been selected as a 2019 official charity partner for GenCon, the longest running tabletop convention in North America!   We were chosen along with Special Olympics Indiana, and as part of this agreement, both organizations will receive proceeds from Gen Con’s 2019 fundraising efforts, including longstanding charity events such as […]

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Looking back on 2018

2018 has been a great year! This year we provided game-based therapeutic services to around 40 kids each week across our five weekly social skills groups, and we hired and trained two new facilitators so that even more youth can receive services. Over the summer we offered game-based summer camps, incorporating craft and other enrichment activities, and led workshops instructing families […]

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