Welcome to The Famallama Minecraft Server For Neurodivergents
We are a community run server for neurodivergents, including ASD, ADHD and any SEN or neurological condition. Setting up this community was a joint effort between 11 staff members with previous experience whom are either parents of neurodivergent children or young adults with these conditions.
The server is free of charge, there are absolutely no extras and staff work voluntary, we pay for the server using our own funding circle. There are two staff ranks on Famallama, LeadingLlamas who help run the server and LlamaBears who are parents players that make sure our players are ok.
Our players are called Llama's and they will receive in game perks, such as /fly and full tools and armour when they join. We have plugins in place to keep our players safe and keep inventory is on so players do not lose their items. On top of those we have many extra fun plugins for players to take advantage of. There are many worlds to choose from in which to build, including our creative world, we have mini games and every month we have a special event.
There are rules in place to minimize bullying and griefing, both of which will not be tolerated on Famallama. All builds can be protected including those in the creative world. If you are interested in joining us please click on the 'join us' tab to apply to be added to the whitelist. Or if you need any further information please feel press the free to contact us using the contact for or via any of our social media accounts, the links can be found by clicking on the links tab.
Family members and friends are more than welcome to apply also. We look forward to seeing you soon!
So how can Minecraft help those that are Neurodivergent? "In simple words, it provides an environment that encourages social interaction while students learn to communicate and play according to the well-defined rules of the game. Teachers and autism experts worldwide report that when kids work together in multiplayer mode, they discover how to speak to each other, share ideas and say what they want others to do with their project."