GameAware is a program designed to help families manage or prevent a gaming addiction while still acknowledging that games are a great source of entertainment. Discover where the line blurs between healthy gaming and problem gaming.
Never mind that they’re now among the most lucrative forms of entertainment in America, video games are juvenile, silly, and intellectually lazy. At least that’s what Jonathan Blow thinks. But the game industry’s harshest critic is also its most cerebral developer, a maverick bent on changing the way we think about games and storytelling. With his next release, The Witness, Blow may cement his legacy—or end his career. In a multibillion-dollar industry addicted to laser guns and carnivorous…
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Free Parent Information Evening About Excessive Gaming: Highett - Monday March 26th at 7PM Join us for some insight on video games and the motivations to play them as a healthy hobby or a compulsive habit.
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GameAware presents: Parenting Young Gamers - May 14th to June 18th - 1 hour group sessions each week to workshop excessive gaming - life time access to the online resource - suitable for parents of 6-11 year olds www.gameaware.com.au/programs
GameAware presents: The 6 Week Webinars - April 11th to May 16th - 1 hour a week from the comfort of your own home. - Receive lifetime access to the online resource Reduce excessive gaming and re-engage www.gameaware.com.au/programs
GameAware Holiday Program at Headspace Elsternwick - April 9th to 12th - Reduce excessive gaming with 10 strategies in an engaging holiday program. Register online at: www.gameaware.com.au/programs