Elaine Hall is a national leader in the field of inclusion of people with disabilities in Jewish communities. She’ll be speaking in Boulder on Sept 4th and 5th.
Originally an acting coach for children, her path changed when her adopted son was diagnosed with autism. After the failure of traditional therapies, she helped her son become less isolated and more engaged with the help from those in the creative community. Subsequently, she developed The Miracle Project, a social-skills program focusing on creativity to help children who fall within the autism spectrum.
For more information about Elaine Hall’s lectures in Boulder, visit www.jewishinclusion.org.