Performing arts is often about collaboration and negotiation, and when used in mixed-ability groups it can act as a bridge between group members. This drama workshop will provide an ideal environment to encourage students to work together and to develop trust and friendships.
By working together and using role-play, storytelling and shared narratives the young people increase their levels of self-confidence and self-esteem. Positive outcomes are achieved across the spectrum of disabilities. Research concludes that young people with disabilities working together in a group, following a well-defined, systemic framework, achieve levels of self-confidence and self-esteem that would be impossible in isolation.
This workshop will take place on 29th of April, 2-4 pm at Charter Youth Club, Belfast.
Freedom2Choose is in partnership with EA and South Belfast Area Project.
Due to popularity, places are strictly limited. To find out more please contact our Freedom2Choose Programme Coordinator Lynne Morrison by telephone on 028 95918051 or by email at email@example.com