API Introductory Course (Nepal)

The Arts Practices for Inclusion Introductory Course (Nepal) is a 10 hours online training in the methods and practices of API. The aim of Arts Practices for Inclusion Introductory Course (Nepal) is to give students and organisations in Nepal an experience of Arts Practices for Inclusion. Prajnadhara has been awarded the prestigious Millennium Alliance grant to train individuals and organisations in Nepal in the methods and practices of Arts Practices for Inclusion. The Introductory Course is a step in the direction of offering the 1-year certification training to individuals and organisations in Nepal.

Participants of the Introductory Course will experience the magic of Visual Arts, Movement, Drama, Play and Music as they witness how these modalities have therapeutic effects and can generate a sense of community and belonging which are the bedrock of an inclusive society. Participants take practical sessions in these different art forms and later discuss their experiences as a group alongside theoretical contexts to their experiences. Participants also learn practical self-care methods through guided physical exercise and meditative practices.

API Introductory Course with Autism Care Nepal Society

The API introductory course was a 6 day online programme where 13 teachers, special educators, and psychologists from ACNS got an experience of Arts Practices for Inclusion. The participants of the Introductory Course experienced the magic of Visual Arts, Movement, Drama, Play and Music during the course.

ACNS is the only active autism organisation run by a group of parents. Their mission is to empower people with Autism, promote their rights and utilise their skills in an effective and meaningful way. They work on multiple projects and in collaboration with different organisations around the world to create awareness on Autism.

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