SUN PRAIRIE (WKOW) -- Kids with autism and other disabilities had the opportunity to be actors and directors Saturday.
The kids attended Camp Create-Ability in Sun Prairie, a 3-day event where children were taught how to interact with video and technology. Writing scripts, editing video and directing short improvs were just a few of the things kids learned.
But organizers say that the most important part of the camp is what the kids don't even realize they are learning.
"Seeing the kids work together, seeing the communication come about, and the teamwork...and just seeing the enjoyment on their faces has been the best part," says Camp Director Debbie Armstrong.
The group will be showcasing their final short film on Wednesday, Oct. 30 from 7-9 p.m. at the Rocky Rococo on West Tree Lane in Madison.
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