Pam Schuller, Inclusion Speaker
March 26, 1pm (Teen event at 2pm)
FREE with RSVP
Comedian and advocate Pam Schuller will take the stage to share her extraordinary story of personal growth and success in the face of Tourette Syndrome. As a graduate of Knox College and Montclair State University, Schuller is a nationally-known advocate that has created improvisational theater programs as a tool for youth with disabilities. Schuller embraces what makes herself unique and calls on communities to view inclusion differently.
This program is generously funded by Paul Heldman and Deborah Kirshner.
Made possible by The Milton and Frances Schloss Special Needs and Services Fund for Children and Adults.
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