Educate Your Students About Healthy Decisions. FREE Risk Reduction Game Available from play2PREVENT Lab at Yale
The play2PREVENT Lab at the Yale Center for Health & Learning Games is happy to share their FREE web-based risk reduction and healthy decision-making game with students, educators, and parents. PlayForward: Elm City Stories is a theory- and evidence-informed role-playing videogame for adolescents ages 11-14 focused on risk reduction and healthy decision making, and a range of behaviors including substance use, sexual health, academic dishonesty, and unsafe driving among others. Students practice skills such as refusal of risky behaviors, deciding who to be friends with based on their choices and how to balance the consequences of actions in order to achieve their goals. Funded by the NIH and developed by the play2PREVENT Lab and Schell Games, PlayForward: Elm City Stories offers an engaging way to learn essential skills to reduce risk among teens. Visit https://yale-medicine.secure.force.com/learninggames?origin=play2prevent to request FREE access.