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Let’s Get Animated: Animation Social Group for Young Adults with Autism

Monday, April 12 · 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EDT

Cost: $10

This virtual meet-up for young adults (18+) with Autism will be led by Gina Bernardini. If the art of animation is your passion, this is the social group for you! The focus of this group will be to:
– Meet others in your community that share the same interest and passion for animation
– Have open discussions about your favorite movies or projects that you have worked on
– Share your skills with others
– Create an opportunity to make new friends and connections

If you are passionate about animation and would love to join in on the discussion, we would love to meet you!
$10 to attend*; register online to reserve your space: https://www.autismshifts.org/animation-social-group-for-young-adults-with-autism/

*This workshop is FREE for Individual Plus, Family Premium and Family Elite Shifter Members (Email info@autismshifts.org for coupon code)

When you register for this event, you also will be automatically enrolled in the FREE level of our Shifter Membership Program, giving you access to even more tools, processes and support! The Shifter Membership Program is designed especially for the Autism Community, providing specialized training, resources and connection opportunities to help guide your shift to the Green Zone of joy, empowerment and positive expectation!

Details

Date:
Monday, April 12
Time:
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EDT
Cost:
$10
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.autismshifts.org/animation-social-group-for-young-adults-with-autism/

Venue

Online
United States

Organizer

Autism Shifts
Phone:
(813) 251-2787
Email:
info@autismshifts.org
Website:
http://autismshifts.org

Other

RSVP or Registration Required?
Yes
How to RSVP:
Register Online: https://www.autismshifts.org/animation-social-group-for-young-adults-with-autism/
Age Requirement?
Yes
How old must one be to attend?
18 or older
Is there a dress code or recommended clothing?
No