From February 3rd-5th 2017, The Miracle Project and Artists and Scientists as Partners (ASaP) of Brown University sponsored a national Training and Certification Program based on Elaine Hall’s “Seven Keys to Unlock Autism: Making Miracles in the Classroom.” Over 25 people attended including educators, artists, and therapists.
Successful completion of Seven Keys workshops is a prerequisite for further work with The Miracle Project. However, participants have permission and are encouraged to utilize concepts from the Seven Keys when they return to their schools and programs. Some participants took the training in preparation for the Miracle Project Summer Camp scheduled for June 2017.
Response from participants was overwhelmingly positive, with many testifying that the training revolutionized they way they approached their work and had a transformative impact on their students.
The Miracle Project, www.themiracleproject.org is an evidence-based theater, film and expressive arts program, for children, teens and young adults of all abilities and disabilities (verbal and non-verbal). Artists and Scientists as Partners (ASaP) researches, designs, and implements arts programs, particularly music and dance, for diverse populations, including the aging, people with Parkinson’s disease, and those on the autism spectrum.