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Inclusive Performing Arts – Is It In Your City?

Families attend an autism-friendly performance on April 29, 2012 in this photo released by the Theatre Development Fund. With an increasing number of children being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, more organizations are acknowledging the need to offer an adaptive program for … Continue reading

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Artistic Adventures in Digital Media for Autism and Special Needs

Jude Shingle returns as our Artist in Residence for the ArtsErie Long Term Artist in Residency. This time the mission is bigger. He is up for the challenge and we are excited! An Artist in Residency program positions artists outside … Continue reading

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Music: How One Community is Teaching Children with ASD and Who’s Really Benefiting?

The power of music affects us all and has long appealed to our emotions, but does music have the power to transform? There have been many studies showing that it might for children on the spectrum. Today,I don’t want to … Continue reading

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