MADISON (WKOW) -- Camp Createability is a video and entertainment camp for individuals with autism and other disabilities.
It's a camp going on October 24 - 27.
Creating a film is a monumental effort for any group, but for those with Autism or other disabilities, vital skills must be mastered to succeed, including cooperation, negotiation, listening, and taking direction.
Participants will learn those skills as well as be introduced to many trades, animation, set design, script-writing, acting, dancing, singing, prop/set building, ward-robe, make-up, budgeting, directing, filming, editing, and other tasks necessary for a film.
Students and their families shared their stories on Wake Up Wisconsin Weekend.
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