InterActing is a non-profit theater program that encourages teenagers and students with autism through improvisation skills to break out of their patterns of ritual and routine to embrace the unexpected. These life skills will help young people with autism to become more confident and enjoy interacting with the (non-autistic) world around them.
This is a short introduction video about our theaterschool InterActing, that gives a good impression of the courses we teach.
This fall we start with new taster classes and courses. The courses are taught in English and Dutch with each class having both English and Dutch staff.
Social interactions are often a big challenge for a teenager with autism. At this age they also come to realize that they are ‘different’ than their peers. It can be difficult to make friends, and they may feel misunderstood and isolated. Our classes help these teenagers to be more socially resilient and aware. We do this in a safe environment with a focus on joy with their peers.
We train young people with communicative challenges, not by enhancing skills, but by enhancing social understanding and flexibility. New 8 week...
Because of her youngest son she is an experience expert in the field of autism. And because of her work she knows everything about improvisation...
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