Performers and Programs

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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Bram, Lance Things people with ADHD want everyone to know Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Parenting,
Life Skills- Other
A Psychologist will explore symptoms of ADHD, strategies to improve your concentration, and offer tips on how to better understand family members or friends who have attention deficits.
Up to $100
Bram, Lance Understanding Special Education services Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Parenting,
Life Skills- Other
A program offered by an experienced School Psychologist for parents with children in Special Education. Questions and answers about various topics. Topics range from the 13 special education classifications to support services public schools provide.
Up to $100
Carranza-Lemke, Melissa Sensory Storytime Disability Awareness,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Sensory Storytime is a program geared toward children with and without disabilities. A theme with rich sensory components is chosen for each program (i.e. for summer programs, watermelon or lemonade are possible themes). A picture book related to the theme is used as the center of the program. Following the story are a variety of sensory activities related to the theme. Sensory and fidget tools will be accessible throughout the program.
$101- $200
Ceceri, Kathy Invent an Adaptive Game Controller Disability Awareness,
Science,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Teens will learn about hardware and software design for people with disabilities as they prototype and program adaptive game controllers using Makey Makey invention kits and Scratch programming. Kathy Ceceri is the author of more than a dozen books of hands-on STEAM projects, including 'Video Games: Design and Code Your Own Adventure' from Nomad Press. She also offers teen programs on sports and dance game controllers and has led the popular Makey Makey workshops at the Games in Education symposium for education professionals.
$351- $500
Science, Wondergy SoundScience Disability Awareness,
Music,
Science
Experience music and sound as you’ve never seen or felt it before! Turn your voice into a giant laser show. Play with unique instruments, including a Laser Harp and a PVC Xylophone, and get tickled with sound with a huggable speaker. Learn about hearing loss and other ways Deaf people can still experience sounds. TOPICS: Waves, pitch, volume, sound in air, harmony, adding waves, filtering waves, human speech. A hands-on activity making working speakers can finish-up this show!
$351- $500
Singer, Lauren ZUMBA FITNESS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS POPULATIONS AND CAREGIVER Disability Awareness,
Health & Fitness- Other,
Multicultural- Other
Zumba's dance party atmosphere creates an engaging way for physically disabled and developmentally disabled populations,including people on the autistic spectrum to get fit while having fun. The exciting rhythms of Latin, International and pop music encourage even timid participants to shimmy, shake and shout while gaining valuable personal, interpersonal and fitness benefits. Objectives include increased self-confidence, focus, coordination, mastery, self-initiative, endurance as well as having an incredibly good time. This class is taught by licensed and experienced Zumba instructor and seasoned creative arts therapist.
$101- $200
Berlin, Jan Enjoying Animals Safely Disability Awareness,
Nature- Animals,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
Live animals, display boards, puppets, and assorted props focus on enjoying both domestic and wild animals safely. Safety rules are presented in a fun and entertaining as well as educational way. Live animals give the audience a chance to practice the rules.
$101- $200
Bedka, Dr. Kathy American Sign Language for Beginners Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Other
This class is designed to introduce students to American Sign Language (ASL). ASL is the natural and visual-gestural language used by deaf and hard of hearing people in the United States. In this class, students will learn the manual alphabet, numbers, vocabulary and facial expressions. Specifically: introducing oneself, asking and giving names, asking yes/no and wh-questions, exchanging personal information, and commonly used phrases. Come join us for this exciting new class!
$101- $200
Bram, Lance Brain Game night for Teens Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Inclusive program where young adults will gather to play tech-free games to challenge thinking and stimulate creativity. Games will also promote social skills, communication skills, and confidence building! The program is great for students with disabilities such as ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Program may be offered on a recurring basis,
$101- $200
Bram, Lance Art therapy for teens: Express yourself! Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Other,
Visual Arts- Drawing
Teens will discuss their emotions and use drawing and art as a positive outlet for relaxation. Discussion about how different colors represent different emotions. Teens will also fill in and color mandela designs.
Up to $100
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