Arts and Autism in the News

A BIG thank you to Mike Hedlof at Lowe’s at the Orchard, and Valspar!!!
http://www.sciencefriday.com/segment/01/09/2015/a-broadway-hit-with-an-autistic-math-whiz-at-its-center.html
Boston Conservatory of Music – The Boston Conservatory is proud to offer two first-of-their-kind programs in teaching music to students on the autism spectrum—Master of Music in Music Education, Autism Concentration and Graduate Certificate in Music Education, Music and Autism. With rigorous hands-on training both in and out of the classroom, these ground-breaking programs expand upon the Conservatory’s already robust music education offerings by providing innovative training in the highly-specialized area of music and autism.
http://www.denverpost.com/Opinion/ci_27201878/Ballet-performance-magical-for-autistic-child?source=infinite

Denver Post OPED, access to the arts, May 31, 2015

Daily Camera OPED, access to the arts, May 31, 2015

Colorado Symphony responds, June 8, 2015

Denver Post article, Our Liberation Concert, June 21, 2015

New York Times: The Kids Who Beat Autism

The Kids Who Don’t Beat Autism

NYT kid who distrupted a performance

child writes letter about disruption