During her years as a Girl Scout, Katie Laurino befriended a girl who was deaf. Even as a child, she felt that no matter our differences, all people should be treated with respect and kindness.
Fast forward a few decades and the 30-year-old founder of The Creative Arts Project (CAP) still feels the same way. Everyone deserves decency and acceptance, especially the children with special needs who are enrolled in her music, dance and movement program in Point Pleasant.
“The parents are very appreciative,” said Katie, who launched CAP in September 2011. “With schedules that typically center around doctor visits and therapy appointments, the parents love that the Creative Arts Project offers their kids a place to just be themselves. “CAP offers children facing different life challenges the same quality instruction that typical children access on a daily basis.”
During her years as a Girl Scout, Katie Laurino befriended a girl who was deaf. Even as a child, she felt that no...