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One-of-a-Kind Virtual Magic Camp!


July 27 @ 11:00 am
July 31 @ 11:45 am
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This class is specifically designed for individuals on the autism spectrum and those who may have limited movement, sensory and/or complex communication needs.
Through the art of magic, campers will explore their curiosity and develop creativity and confidence.  They will also learn to develop presentations, write a script, and perform their magic with finesse and flair. We will learn amazing magic tricks performed with items easily found at home – paper clips, rubber bands, money, toothpicks, cards, pencils, etc! Participants should have a cognitive level of age 7 + and should plan to attend class with a caregiver, parent or sibling. The camp will culminate with a “live stream” performance for family and friends!

AGES: (cognitive) 7+
JULY 27-31
11AM – 11:45 AM


Kevin Spencer is an award-winning performing artist who, for more than 25 years, toured the world with one of the largest and most successful theatrical illusion productions in the U.S.  As an educator, he works to create inclusive communities where everyone experiences an authentic sense of belonging. His work focuses on using the art of magic to impact the lives of children with autism, developmental disabilities, intellectual challenges, emotional behavior disorders, and those who have experienced trauma.

He is a Fulbright Specialist on arts integration for special populations for the U.S. Department of State, faculty in the department of education at Carlow University in Pittsburgh, a research consultant for the Occupational Therapy department and Institute of Arts in Medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and an Approved Provider of Continuing Education for the American Occupational Therapy Association. He has earned a B.S. in Psychology, M.Ed. in Arts Integration, and is a PhD candidate in special education.