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Applied improv and theatre programs to help grow social communication skills and adaptive thinking of children through adults who are mildly-to-moderately affected by Autism and related conditions.

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"Social understanding and effective communication are the foundation of success in so many aspects of daily living.  Autism Improvised offers a soft and playful landing space to practice and develop communication skills through the magic of improv and theatre."  
                                                                                                              - Sandy Bruce, Founder & Executive Director

EARLY FALL Classes 
Now enrolling!

More info? Call 770-573-0320 or email info@autismimprovised.org

 

Well, we thought we could venture back into in-person classes, but we have decided to be super cautious and go all Zoom once again. Maybe by our Fall 2 series, the pandemic situation will improve. We've discovered to our delight that Zoom works well for our students, so we plan to continue offering online classes indefinitely. This also allows us to meet new faces from all over! We'll add in-person groups again when the time is right.  
 

Shenanigans  - We offer Zoom classes for Tweens/Early teens (11-15) and Young Adults (16 & up). Currently we are not offering classes for younger ages, but we are searching for a new teacher and hope to get these on the schedule later this fall.

 

Code Breakers  starts Nov 8. For now, it is in-person, but please keep in mind when registering that, if conditions warrant, we may move to Zoom. Code Breakers is six weekly classes taking a deep dive into one of our seven modules of social interaction.  Code Breakers is targeted to motivated young adults headed to college or the competitive work force. The Fall topic: Problem-solving & dealing with difficult people. 

We will be posting new activities and classes on occasion, so watch for announcements on our Facebook page and subscribe to our updates down below, if you haven't done so already.

 

Stay safe and be well!