Nashville theater camp provides environment for kids with autism to shine

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“I’m weird, and I’m wonderful,” is the new motto of the kids participating in Sense Theater Project, a summer camp in Nashville. The campers – and blossoming actors – are primarily children on the autism spectrum. The goal of the project is to provide the kids with a safe environment in which they can learn skills such as “social communication, flexible thinking, [and] flexible behavior.”

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