Let’s Write About receives Creative Learning Grant

Accessible Festivals fiscally sponsored program Let’s Write About received a Creative Learning grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Center (LMCC) for “Let’s Write About Braille.” The grant will support the production of the episode as asynchronous content to be coupled with three live workshops for children of 3-8.

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Guest Post: Modeling Pretend Play on Screen

Let’s Write About is an inclusive, born-accessible children’s show exploring social-emotional themes through creative writing and inspiring inquiry-based learning with sensory activities that kids of all abilities can do at home. The show pulls from my work as a teaching artist and began as a way to

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The Benefits of Inclusion

We know that inclusive, sensory-friendly environments benefit all people. When spaces are designed to be accommodating and inclusive, the quality and diversity of conversations and interactions is greatly enhanced. By sharing and listening to the diverse perspectives of others, our self-awareness and empathy increases. When children with

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Fiscal Sponsor Spotlight: Let’s Write About…

Donnie Welch (he/him/his) is a poet and educator who has worked with students with intellectual, developmental, and multiple disabilities since 2014. He began work as a teaching assistant at the Kennedy Day School in Brighton, MA before moving to New York City and starting at the Rebecca

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