Verified Partner Application
Community Partners are Arts programs that have received training by the Arts for Autism Foundation or
and have been approved as an inclusive program for individuals across the spectrum.
Benefits of becoming a partner:
* Make your program inclusive.
* Receive training and on-going support.
* Be listed as an Arts for Autism verified partner and obtain our seal of approval.
* Become eligible to receive funding through our scholarship program.
* Be included in annual events, festivals, and showcases to promote your inclusive program.
* On-going Media and Marketing support.
If you have an organization that cater to extracurricular activities to children ages 3+ and you are currently inclusive or would like to become inclusive complete the application below. You will be notified via email with the next steps to complete your trainings and obtain approval.
Completing this form does not guarantee approval.
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Are you a Non-Profit organization 501c3?
No, I am a small business owner
No, I want to start a program
Is your current or future program Inclusive?
Yes- we accept children of different abilities
No-but we would like to learn how to
What type of services do you provide? (or plan to)
How many students do you have?
How many staff members do you have that provide direct instruction?
What type of training or support are you looking for?
Positive Behavioral Support- to help manage the behaviors in an inclusive class.
Spectrum Dance Therapy Certification- to include those with autism in your dance classes.
Private consultation- to get custom support geared to your administrative need.
Staff coaching/observation- to provide ongoing support to staff members teaching inclusive classes.
All of the above!
Do you have any special certifications or previous training experience? If so, please describe below.
What do you wish to achieve from partnering with the Arts for Autism Foundation?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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