Improv for Alzheimer’s & Dementia Caregivers
Instructors- Andrea Kyprianou Baum & Lindsay Goldapp
Saturday June 16, 12-4
Stomping Ground Comedy Theater
$95

Flexibility. Adaptability. Spontaneity. Listening. Courage. Generosity. Acceptance. Trust. These are all characteristics of an excellent caregiver. They are also qualites of an excellent improv comedy performer. These worlds are parallel and the Improv for Caregivers workshop builds upon these parallels. Employing improv games and exercises, we provide caregivers with the methods to become better at what they do and give them a new roadmap to communicating and interacting with their loved one.This introductory workshop gives Caregivers the chance to explore improv techniques while meeting other Caregivers with similar challenges. It is not a performance-based class; this is a Beginner-level workshop; no improv experience is necessary.

Improv for Autism Workshop ages 5-7
Instructors- Andrea Kyprianou Baum & Lindsay Goldapp
Saturday July 28, 10am to 11am
Stomping Ground Comedy Theater
$50

Whether your child loves to perform or shies away from the spotlight, improvisational comedy techniques can enrich their lives and boost their confidence. Improv exercises and games encourage emotional awareness, self-confidence, social and communication skills, self-expression, and creativity. In this interactive and fun workshop, students are introduced to the basics of improv, and can practice social skills and behaviors while gaining awareness of how to interact in the “real world”.  This will be done in a safe and fun setting where the students can explore and challenge themselves. This class also serves as a support system where those with autism can connect with new friends.This class is taught by psychotherapist Andrea K. Baum and an improv comedy instructor. No improv experience necessary; beginners welcome. For questions or concerns, email Andrea@stompinggroundcomedy.org.

This class is appropriate for low-to-high functioning kids and teens who are able to be left without their guardian in the workshop and who are non-aggressive.  

**The cut off date to sign up for this class is July 21 to ensure the class meets the minimum requirement for group activities**

 

Improv for Autism Workshop ages 8-13
Instructors- Andrea Kyprianou Baum & Lindsay Goldapp
Saturday July 28, 11:30 am to 1pm
Stomping Ground Comedy Theater
$50

Whether your child loves to perform or shies away from the spotlight, improvisational comedy techniques can enrich their lives and boost their confidence. Improv exercises and games encourage emotional awareness, self-confidence, social and communication skills, self-expression, and creativity. In this interactive and fun workshop, students are introduced to the basics of improv, and can practice social skills and behaviors while gaining awareness of how to interact in the “real world”.  This will be done in a safe and fun setting where the students can explore and challenge themselves. This class also serves as a support system where those with autism can connect with new friends.This class is taught by psychotherapist Andrea K. Baum and an improv comedy instructor. No improv experience necessary; beginners welcome. For questions or concerns, email Andrea@stompinggroundcomedy.org.

This class is appropriate for low-to-high functioning kids and teens who are able to be left without their guardian in the workshop and who are non-aggressive.  

**The cut off date to sign up for this class is July 21 to ensure the class meets the minimum requirement for group activities**

 

Improv for Autism Workshop ages 13-18
Instructors- Andrea Kyprianou Baum & Lindsay Goldapp
Saturday July 28, 1:30 am to 3pm
Stomping Ground Comedy Theater
$50

Whether your child loves to perform or shies away from the spotlight, improvisational comedy techniques can enrich their lives and boost their confidence. Improv exercises and games encourage emotional awareness, self-confidence, social and communication skills, self-expression, and creativity. In this interactive and fun workshop, students are introduced to the basics of improv, and can practice social skills and behaviors while gaining awareness of how to interact in the “real world”.  This will be done in a safe and fun setting where the students can explore and challenge themselves. This class also serves as a support system where those with autism can connect with new friends.This class is taught by psychotherapist Andrea K. Baum and an improv comedy instructor. No improv experience necessary; beginners welcome. For questions or concerns, email Andrea@stompinggroundcomedy.org.

This class is appropriate for low-to-high functioning kids and teens who are able to be left without their guardian in the workshop and who are non-aggressive.  

**The cut off date to sign up for this class is July 21 to ensure the class meets the minimum requirement for group activities**

 
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