Join us on Zoom for a class to explore joy through theater games, mindfulness, and more! Feeling a little blue and out-of-sorts? Navigating life in a pandemic can be difficult! Let’s get together weekly to foster friendships, mindfulness, and joy during these uncertain times.
Adults (18+) with intellectual/developmental disabilities & autism
Due to COVID-19 and it’s impact on our community, Barrier-Free is providing additional flexibility in class registration.
If at any time leading up to the start of class, any actors or families would prefer to cancel their registration, we will offer a 100% money-back guarantee.
If at any time during the 4 week class, an actor’s health impacts their ability to attend and/or engage in class sessions, Barrier-Free will offer a pro-rated refund based on the number of class sessions remaining.
Not sure if this class is for you? We are offering a 2 week trial period! Step 1: Register for the full class and pay the tuition. Step 2: Attend the first 2 weeks of classes. Step 3: If you are not fully satisfied after 2 weeks, contact us directly and we will issue you a FULL refund, no questions asked.
Pay in full via online credit card payment when registering.
Pay via mailed check to 23219 Stringtown Rd. Clarksburg, MD 20871. Check must be received prior to the start of class.
Cash payments not accepted
Barrier-Free services are eligible for a variety of funding types including LISS, Self-Direct, and others.
Please contact us directly to coordinate funding opportunities, request invoices, or other funding matters.
Barrier-Free has helped with my job and leadership in the workforce. I have been able to take on alot more leadership roles in other aspects of my life and job. Barrier-Free has helped to continue my confidence and friendships. - Mike Eaton, Barrier-Free actor and self-advocate
Laura Stall (production assistant) and Madison DeFeo (Co. A Actor) having fun at rehearsal.
Company B actors Mikey, Ian, and Mike planning an improv scene.
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