Miriam Foundation, through its collaboration with the Bitton Family is pleased to announce the new Recreational and Therapeutic Arts Program.
Creative arts are widely accepted as promoting emotional, cognitive, and physical well-being. It enables individuals to share aspects of their lives that words alone may be unable to capture and provide individuals who struggle to communicate verbally with an alternative means of communication. It provides the opportunity to project emotions and experiences onto artistic mediums.
The Recreational and Therapeutic Arts Program is specifically designed for 15+ adults with mild to moderate ASD and Neurodevelopmental Disorders. The program is featuring three interventions:
- Visual Arts.
- Music and dance.
- Theatre and digital storytelling.
The Visual Arts Intervention is Now Open for Registration
The visual arts intervention offers multiple artistic activities for adults (15+) with mild to moderate autism and neurodevelopmental disorders. Recreational arts such as painting, sculpting, printmaking, and many other artistic practices create safe spaces for self-expression, social inclusion, and cognitive and sensor development.
Now, the visual arts intervention registration is open for the Fall semester. Join our new arts-based community and discover a joyful and heartfelt learning experience.