The Miracle Project is a fully inclusive theater, film, social skills and expressive arts program for individuals with autism and all abilities. Through shared creative experiences with peers, The Miracle Project encourages individuals with autism, other disabilities and all abilities to develop social and job skills, enhance communication, increase self awareness, and confidence, ease anxiety and find joy in experience. The Miracle Project has been crucial for my son's social development… The program allows him to nurture friendships, and create a feeling of confidence in his abilities. It picks up where the school lacks in allowing these children creative outlets for their aspirations. The Miracle Project has taught my son so many valuable life lessons.
Kid reviews for Miracle
Kid reviews for Miracle | Common Sense Media
M arnie, the year-old heroine — and I use the word advisedly — of new drama or comedy-drama, possibly, but one that really wrenches its laughs out of darkness Pure, has a very specific form of OCD. During her supposedly celebratory speech, which begins as an ordinarily exquisite agony for us all to watch, her treacherous thoughts strip the assembled guests of their best suits and twinsets, and put them to orgiastic work. She falls apart on stage. Although such thoughts have been invading her inner space for a decade, this is the first time they have included her family. The mummilingus scene a little later on is sudden and shocking enough to give you a vivid insight into the distress it causes Marnie.
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Please enter the email address that you use to login to TeenInk. Thru out the book 12 year old Molly Parker gets to know her father she never knew behind all the cameras and basketball court. Josh Cameron is now denying his daughter Molly until Molly tells josh about her mother.