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Arts 'n Autism offers programs for preschoolers to adults with autism.
Please read below and sign up for the appropriate program.
If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch!


Early Intervention

ILEAP is a specialized early intervention program created for children under 4 with a diagnosis  (or suspected diagnosis) of autism. The program is offered Monday through Thursday from 9-1. Space is extremely limited. 

Afterschool Program

Pre-K Through 12th Grade

Afterschool program at Arts 'n Autism which provides four 30 minute activities that focus on the development of social skills, language, sensory integration, and motor skills. Transportation is provided f some schools.


Young Adults

Our LIFEE (Learning Is Fundamental for Education and Employment) students have graduated from high school and are ready for either work or college. The program includes vocational preparation with supervised work experience in the community and intensive social skills development. Our goal is to assist students in reaching their full potential and leading happy productive lives in their communities. 

​​Summer Camps Pre-K through 8th Grade

Splash Camp - June 5-9

Water safety and swim instruction for students ages 2-8 years. This is a water safety and swim camp directed by Aquatic Therapists and Red Cross Certified Swim instructor Kathleen Walsh. Each student will receive 2 hours per day of 1:1 instruction in a heated therapy pool. 

Creeks and Critters Camp - June 12-16

Exploring area creeks, waterfalls, and wildlife in Alabama while learning the areas history while experiencing hands on nature lessons. Our Creeks and Critters curriculum is designed for PreK-8th graders. Academic, social, language, and sensory integration will be incorporated into the daily curriculum.  Day trips may include, but are not limited to The Montgomery Zoo, Botanical  Gardens, Dismal Canyons, Tuscumbia Spring Park, Blue Bell Creamery, and Rock City.*

Pools and Parks Camp - June 20-24

Visiting aquarium and water parks in Tennessee, Alabama, and Mississippi while learning about animals and their habitats. The week will include water fun in area pools, water parks, caves, and splash pads with education about land animals and their habitats, plus salt and fresh water aquatic life. Pools and Parks curriculum is designed for pre-k through 8th graders. Day trips may include but are not limited to The Meridian Children's Museum and Trampoline Park, Sand Mountain Park, Rickwood Caverns, and Noccalula Falls.*

* Field-trips may change because of weather or venue availability




​​LIFEE Summer Camp (ages high school and older)

 Wet Wild Lifee Summer Camp 2022

 May16-20, May 31-June3, July 11-15, July 25-29

LIFEE will travel near and far to "wild" places for fun in the sun! We will spend a lot of time outside, letting our students release their inner animal- swimming, eating, exploring new places, all while learning through experiencing. 

Each week  of camp will have array of animal encounters, arts and crafts, fun fitness, water activities, and educational lessons. Please see LIFEE facebook page for a detailed day-by-day schedule!




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