Spectrum Improv (SI) classes are designed to provide a safe, supportive and joyful learning experience where both neurodiverse individuals (including those with autism who have good verbal skills, social communication disorder, social anxiety and/or ADHD) as well as neurotypical individuals age 18 and over can come together and connect socially. Parents, siblings, friends, etc., are all encouraged to participate in the inevitable merriment that ensues in these classes.
Reesa is a nationally certified and licensed Speech Language
Pathologist who has extensive experience over the past 20 years working with neurodiverse individuals and their families. Her fascination with humor dates back to her Occidental College days, when her undergraduate thesis was “The Effects of Humor on Education.” Since that time, she earned an M.A. in Education with an emphasis on Communication Disorders.