We are aware that COVID-19 is affecting the scheduling of events and other gatherings throughout our community. As we all work together to respond to this crisis, we understand that many events on this site may not yet be updated with the most current closure information. We encourage you to check with event organizers and venues regarding the status of any event you are looking to attend. Thank you.

Act for Advocacy -- a traveling Workshop! Book Now!

Posted by Center for Applied Drama & Autism ; Posted on 
Act for Advocacy -- a traveling Workshop! Book Now!



Theatre on the Spectrum’s Adult Company presents: Act For Advocacy!

Act for advocacy is an improv workshop to help people learn to advocate for themselves and others. Improvisation is a fun and useful way for people with disabilities to learn the skills they need to assert their rights and the rights of those around them. Improv provides a safe and judgement free space to learn, play, and express thoughts and emotions. Improv is also great for:

  • Gaining self-esteem.
  • Social interaction.
  • Learning to understand others
  • Helping people with disabilities to be an active part of their community in which they are often disadvantaged.

Act For Advocacy takes you through real life scenarios using improv to teach you how to stand up and speak out against:

  • Rude wait staff
  • Bullies
  • Intimidating authority figures
  • And more!

Please contact Wendy Duke and Ruben Ryan at info@centerforada.org or by phone at 234-678-7830 to arrange a workshop at your site or ours — this workshop is free for programs that serve individuals with dis/Abilities. For other groups, donations are always welcome! email info@centerforada.org


Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *







Featured Artist

The Sword Has Returned

Free Fun for Kids on Saturdays in October

Need help with your SL365 profile? Don't know how to add an event? Check out these how-to videos.