Young people with autism:
InterActing participants are higher-functioning teenagers and students on the autism spectrum from 13 to 22 years old. Students need to have the concentration to participate in the sessions for 75 minutes. They need to be able to understand and follow instructions.
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The improvisation theater programs of InterActing are also available for high schools and universities. Being successful later in life is not just about getting good grades. Young people need to be able to present themselves, work well together and think creatively. These are the skills we teach through improvisation. InterActing has developed a number of different projects, including one for the Orion College in Amsterdam.
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Parents and teachers:
We also teach flexibility that comes from improvisation to parents and those who work and live with children on the autistic spectrum. Parents and educators can learn how to better work with and inspire these young people through improvisation.
Contact us for more information about these programs.