Inclusion, Disabilities and Autism Is:
PRESS & SCREENINGS
The Interactive Classroom Experience
Is centered around BASS CLEF BLISS: Terrence’s Path, a feature documentary about Terrence, and his mother Therese, who gain the courage to overcome fears that come with a heart-wrenching diagnosis. The result being a powerful bond between mother and son who rebuild their lives by doing small things with great love. Bass Clef Bliss: Terrence’s Path has been screened over 100 times to audiences in elementary schools, high schools, junior colleges, universities, mental health and drug rehab facilities, the Catholic Diocese and religious institutions everywhere from New York, Florida and Illinois to Texas and California.
Times of San Diego: Film Showing: The Musical Journey of an Autistic Man
African American Literature Book Club - African-American Mother and Son’s Adjustment to Autism Chronicled in Inspirational Film
San Diego Union Tribune: Musical Mesa Student Subject of Autism Film