- The Autism Project
Pilot Session at the Hubbard Street Dance Center
Hubbard Street’s Youth, Education and Community Programs create inclusive classrooms in which everyone is welcome to dance. Our Adaptive Dance Programs focus on students’ strengths — on their talents and potential so they may learn to see themselves as we see them: as dancers and choreographers. These new curricula utilize concepts from the choreographic process, established dance and improvisation techniques to develop the unique artistry of each participant. The Autism Project pilot program will be held Summer 2014.
When: Wednesdays July 9-Aug. 6, 2014, 5:30 6:30 p.m.
Where: Hubbard Street Dance Center
1147 W. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60607
Participation Fee: $35, pre-registration is required
Further informaltion is available and questions are welcome via
To register and learn more click on the link above
- Cooking Program for Kids on the Spectrum
Multimedia publication created for parents and educators of children with autism. Let’s Cook! Life Skills for Kids on the Autism Spectrum combines video, slides and downloadable visual aids in an entertaining and informative digital format that demonstrates how to help kids with autism learn an important life skill – cooking. It features structured, predictable activities that help support children on the spectrum to engage and communicate in a natural social situation.
- Kids Enjoy Exercise Now (KEEN)
Volunteer led organization that provides free one-to-one recreational opportunities for children with mental and physical disabilities, such as autism and other developmental delays. Sports, swimming programs, and much more.
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