Applied improv and theatre programs to help grow social communication skills and adaptive thinking of youth through adults who are mildly-to-moderately affected by Autism and related conditions.
"Social understanding and effective communication are the foundation of success in so many aspects of daily living. Autism Improvised offers a welcoming and playful space to practice and develop these communication skills through the magic of improv and theatre."
- Sandy Bruce, Founder & Executive Director
Summer classes now open for registration!
More info? Call 770-573-0320 or email email@example.com
Both of our transitions programs, Code Breakers and Bright Paths, are now registering for summer. We are delighted to bring Bright Paths back into our schedule - in person and online - after a 3-yr pandemic-induced hiatus. For those young adults who have completed the PEERS program and want to find a way to reinforce the skills learned, come to Code Breakers! Our CB director is PEERS-certified, and our own proprietary program is the perfect way to keep those skills sharpened.
Our Zoom classes are growing, along with our in person classes: in East Cobb for middle schoolers, and in Roswell for middle and high school, and adults 18+. We've had a lot of interest from the northern counties, and now, with the addition of a wonderful new improv teacher, we are adding a Shenanigans teens Zoom class and an in-person teens class in the Cumming area. We hope to get each class going with a short introductory course in July.
We welcome newbies who want to join us after a class starts (Shenanigans improv classes only). Please contact us directly for details and to sign up.