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Drama Services offered through DramaWay

 

DramaWay 2017-2018 Program


The highly successful DramaWorks (special needs ages 14 & up) program is back for another year! Created and facilitated by DramaWay’s Founder and Artistic Director, Danielle Strnad, DramaWorks geared and modified for all abilities, offers a unique year-long creative experience. DramaWorks is an engaging drama environment that allows participants to expand their life skills and self-awareness through the use of drama techniques and theatrical exercises, while also working towards a final production put on in the community. The thrill of the stage keeps participants returning, year after year.

TIME:
Mondays, 5-6:30 p.m.

LOCATION:
2277 South Millway, Mississauga, Ontario, L5L 2M5
 
DATES:
Fall Term: MONDAY – September 25, 2017 to December 11, 2017
Fall Break: No Classes October 9, 2017
Winter Term: January 15, 2018 to March 26, 2018
Break: No Classes February 19, 2018 and  March 12, 2018
Spring Term: April 9, 2018 – May 28, 2018 – Friday Session May 25, 2018
Spring Break: Week of May 21, 2018

For more information click here.

DramaWay will also be offering a 20 week program starting in January 2018 at our Oakville and Brampton Sites. Please visit dramaway.com for more details.


Drama helps children make sense of their lives and offers a safe medium through which they can explore their emotions. Drama can be used to
  • reinforce safety concepts
  • develop social skills
  • improve communication
  • increase self-esteem
As a complementary service, drama supports the achievement of measureable goals as identified by the client and the therapy team. Drama is delivered exclusively in a group setting on a fee-for-service basis. Group sessions include scripted activities, improvisation and role plays in order to meet the needs of an individual client. The Drama Facilitator may be available to co-lead therapy groups with speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, behaviour consultants and music therapists.
All Drama Services are offered by DramaWay.
There are two streams within our Drama Program here at ErinoakKids; Theatre Arts & DramaWorks Mississauga Group (previously ErinoakKids Players).
The Theatre Arts Group is process oriented program that typically runs during the Fall, Winter and Spring terms. Our Theatre Arts Group is geared and modified for all abilities for clients ages 8 to 18.  Those enrolled in our Theatre Arts Group will engage in a wide range of introductory drama activities and theatre exercises culminating in a small Open Class presentation for family and friends at the end of the term.  Those enrolled in our DramaWorks Mississauga Group (previously ErinoakKids Players), take part in a year-long program from September to spring which focuses on taking part in a full-length production which is showcased in the spring term.
 

Referrals

Children may be referred for Drama Services if:

  • their age is within the age range mandate of their specific service stream
  • their therapeutic goals can be addressed through a drama program, and
  • they are unable to participate in community drama programs

Drama is offered to children in order to support development related to:

  • Expressive and receptive language skills
  • Life skills
  • Self confidence
  • Expression of feelings
  • Comfort in a group setting
  • Social skills

A client must be receiving at least one ErinoakKids core (main) service to access Drama Services.

Check out these videos on YouTube about drama and music at ErinoakKids:
 










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