Children ages 6 to 14 years with an autism spectrum disorder can have fun learning tennis at the Centennial Sportsplex, thanks to the Vanderbilt Club Tennis Team and the leadership of Vandy student Chandler Semjen. ACEing Autism Tennis will be held every Sunday, 3-4 p.m., beginning Sept. 22.
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, (617) 733-5378. To ensure a student volunteer for each child, enrollment will be limited. Registration is on first-come, first-served basis.
ACEing Autism uses tennis as a way to enhance health and fitness, hand-eye coordination, and motor development, and to improve the social skills of children with autism - and for children to have fun in the process. The program consists of warm-up, forehand/backhand hits, ball handling and racket drills, hand-eye coordination activities, and group games.
Contact: Chandler Semjen