Encouraging individuals to share their knowledge

Minecraft uses the virtual Minecraft world to facilitate team based activities and individual assignments with a focus on developing and practicing social skills. To complete team based activities, participants must communicate openly and regularly with their team mates to ensure their creation comes together.


The program encourages individuals to share their knowledge, skills and ideas in Minecraft with each other, reinforcing concepts of mutual respect for others. As part of the group, individuals are supplied with individual iPad’s linked through an internal server, so even when working individually, participants need to communicate to explain their creations.


Facilitated by our Therapy and Mentor teams, Minecraft provides young people with trained adult support and role modelling to assist in developing:

  • Social skills Development (including negotiation, team work, developing friendships, problem solving, taking turns, personal boundaries and body language)
  • Social Interaction
  • Communication Skills
  • Working in a team
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Attentive Listening
  • Following Instructions
  • Visual Motor Skills

Who can participate?

Children 7 to 14 years old who have an interest in Minecraft and would like to develop their social skills in a supported environment.


Wednesdays 4:00pm to 5:00pm


Pearson Allied Health Services – Morphett Vale Clinic

Unit 4, 378 Main South Road, Morphett Vale
(above Good Price Pharmacy at Junk Food Corner)


$89.64 per session – 10 week program is a total cost of $896.40