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  • Writer's pictureSamantha Badrock

"Unlock Your Creativity: Supported Art Classes Help People with Disabilities Improve Social Skills,

The therapeutic power of art is undeniable, and for people living with disabilities, art can be an invaluable tool for improving social skills, hand-eye coordination and emotional support. But finding the right art classes – ones that are tailored to the needs of people with disabilities – can be a challenge. In this blog post, we’ll explore how to find supported art classes for people with disabilities, so they can take advantage of all that art has to offer.

Having a disability can be a daunting experience. It may be difficult to find activities that are both enjoyable and accessible.

However, there are many art classes out there that can benefit people with disabilities. Whether you are looking to work on your art skills or simply relax, supported art classes can provide an engaging environment to do both. In a supported art class, instructors will take your individual needs into account when providing instruction. This can be a great way to ensure that you are able to take part in something that is enjoyable and that you can benefit from. Participating in art classes can provide many benefits for people with disabilities. It can help improve social skills, increase hand-eye coordination, and provide emotional support. For people with physical disabilities, art classes can be a great outlet for self-expression.

In a supported art class, instructors can provide accommodations that make it easier for you to take part in the class. This could include providing additional help or equipment, making changes to the environment, or offering alternate activities.

When looking for a supported art class, it is important to find an instructor that understands your individual needs and that is willing to work with you. Make sure to ask questions about the instructor’s experience and how they can accommodate your needs. It can be difficult to find the right art class for you, but with the right instructor, you can find a supportive environment that allows you to express yourself and benefit from the experience. Supported art classes can be a great way to improve your skills, gain confidence, and make friends.

Can the NDIS cover Supported Art Classes? Yes, NDIS funding can cover supported art classes if they are considered a reasonable and necessary support. The NDIS will assess the individual’s need for support and if it is deemed necessary, the cost of supported art classes can be included in their individual plan. To find out more about the supported art classes we have to offer, simply get in contact with Samantha at

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