Registration is now open!
ACT Today! and Cox Communications are proud to announce that registration for the 2nd Annual Autism Film Program for Military Children is now open! Apply now, before the program is full!
This is a two-week instructional film program facilitated by Joey Travolta from Inclusion Films. It is open to military families impacted with autism and their siblings ages 9-21 years old. Military service members may be active, retired, guards and/or reserves. Proof of service must be provided. During the two-week program, participants will work in a small group setting to create a short film that will later be premiered with a red carpet arrival at the San Diego Film Festival in October 2013.
This program is free yet there is a one time administrative fee of $50 per participant (and $25 for each additional sibling), due by June 10th. Priority enrollment is given to military children with autism and their siblings living in the San Diego area who have not previously participated in this program.
Joey Travolta from Inclusion Films facilitates the program along with his professional crew of filmmakers who are experienced at teaching individuals with disabilities. This experience will give participants the opportunity to work with professional filmmakers, promote creativity, build self-esteem, and may lead to lasting friendships.
June 17 - June 28th from 10am - 3pm daily excluding weekends.
Cox Communication Campus
5651 Copley Dr.
San Diego, CA 92111
Participants are encouraged to come without additional support however, if additional support is needed, they may bring a trained therapist to accompany them. The program does provide one Applied Behavioral Analysis trained therapist in each of the 3 classrooms.
|Mar 27 - May 5th
||Priority Enrollment Period
||Priority Enrollment Recipients Notified
|May 6 - May 31st
||Open Enrollment Period
(provided there is additional space)
||Open Enrollment Recipients Notified
||All participant paperwork and administration fees due
||First Day of Film Program
This program is generously underwritten by:
Autism Film Program 2012
to see a summary of the 2012 Autism Film Program.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 818-705-1625