"DIGITAL ARTS FOR AUTISM" NAMES BOARD OF DIRECTORS Gladys West - President Lisa Crites - Secretary Vicky Westra - Treasuer PROUD TO SERVE AS A NON PROFIT 501(c) 3 Organization ! Gladys West President Gladys West is a Bilingual Executive and Leader with over 20 years of experience in corporate environments, including the Entertainment Industry. She has worked with top Fortune 100 Companies (AOL, The Coca Cola Company, The Walt Disney Company, Tupperware, etc.) where she successfully implemented and managed programs in the areas of office management and human resources. Gladys fell in love with Animation while working at Feature Animation at [...]
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The Gardiner Scholarship Your child may qualify for the "Gardiner Scholarship" to help pay for our Digital Arts Media Training Program. The Gardiner Scholarship is designed to provide the option for a parent to better meet the individual educational needs of his or her eligible child. The Gardiner Scholarship provides eligible students a scholarship that can be used to purchase approved services or products. The amount of a child's Gardiner Scholarship is dependent on a number of different factors, including grade level, county of residence, and a student's individual level of need. The average is approximately $10,500 per school year. The cost of our one year training program is [...]
Do you know an Adult with Autism ? Introducing... "Digital Arts for Autism" A new comprehensive training program for High Functioning Adult (18+) Autistic Students. Students will train to learn employable skills and learn how to become a Graphic Designer. A Certificate of Completion are awarded after student completes this four course training program. We are a private, vocational, school dedicated to instructing the Arts to Children and Adults. Visit our Website ! Facts About Adult Autism Currently 1 in 59 children are diagnosed with Autism "In the next 10 years, there will be 500,000 Adults on the Autism Spectrum [...]