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  • Elaine Hall, Founder of The Miracle Project, To Speak at League School in Walpole

    February 13, 2013 at 4:15pm

    Posted Wednesday February 06 2013 at 9:08 pm.
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    Elaine Hall

    Elaine Hall, founder and President of The Miracle Project, will be speaking at League School of Greater Boston, located at 300 Providence Highway in Walpole, February 13, 2013 at 4:15pm.

    Ms. Hall, also known as "Coach E!", and referenced by The New York Times as "the child whisperer", was a top Hollywood children's acting coach whose life changed dramatically after her son Neal, adopted from a Russian orphanage, was diagnosed with autism.  When traditional therapies did not work for him, she sought the esteemed Dr. Stanley Greenspan who encouraged her to rally actors and other creative people to join his world – the result was Neal slowly emerging out of his isolation.

    Ms. Hall, is a keynote speaker and workshop leader at conferences around the globe.  Her book, Now I See the Moon: A mother, a Son, a Miracle was chosen for World Autism Awareness Day at the United Nations where she has spoken several times.  Ms. Hall's latest book, co-authored with Diane Isaacs, Seven Keys to Unlock Autism: Creating Miracles In The Classroom is being used in universities across the United States.

    The methods presented by Ms. Hall in The Seven Keys to Unlock Autism are used to train staff and volunteers and to create The Miracle Project, a theatre and film program for children of all abilities that was profiled in the Emmy Award HBO documentary, Autism: The Musical.  Ms. Hall also directs the Vista Inspire Program: an arts enrichment, and a bar/bat mitzvah program for children and teens with autism at vista Del Mar in Los Angeles.  She has appeared on CNN, CBS News, Oprah radio and featured in a number of national newspapers.

    To reserve your space, RSVP via e-mail to ahauben@leagueschool.com or call 508-850-3900, extension 512.

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