A cornerstone program of the HealthyUNow Foundation, DramaWorks is an after-school class and summer camp developed specifically to assist young people on the autism spectrum develop and deepen their social skills. Produced in an environment of inclusion, acceptance and creativity, led by Jason Woods—actor/composer/playwright/director, and facilitated by people with autism experience, the experience for participants—whether on the autism spectrum or not—is truly one of dramatic learning.
Operating from a position of presumed competence for all participants, this learning opportunity is less obviously about autism and social skills, and much more a drama experience. Whether it be team-building games, improv skits, script writing, set building, or rehearsals and performance, DramaWorks truly works!
Sessions meet once weekly for six weeks at a time through the school year. Participants are grouped by age and by experience, and meet either on Wednesdays after school or Saturday mornings. Summer camps sessions begin shortly after school ends and run throughout the summer.
Christ Episcopal Church Contemporary Space
400 San Juan Drive
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida 32082
2 week sessions Monday – Friday (except holidays)
COST: $300 per 2-week session; $270 if holiday during 2-week session. If camper withdraws after the first day, refund will be less the cost of the first day ($30).
Camp dates and times:
Middle school and high school to young adults
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
May 31 – June 10 (no camp Memorial Day)
June 13 – June 24
June 27 – July 8 (no camp July 4)
July 11 – July 22
July 25 – August 5
Elementary ages 6 and up
June 6 – 17
BOOK YOUR SPACE! Recommendation by a teacher or therapist is required. Applications are available by emailing us or calling the HealthyUNow Foundation at 904-834-2938.