A practical guide for parents and special educators to help enrich the lives of children with special needs

In The Creative Outlet Method: At-Home Activities for Children with Special Needs, certified special education educator Joshua Levy delivers practical and effective resources for conducting over 30 enriching theater arts and improvisational activities. The included exercises will allow children with disabilities to demonstrate creativity, increase self-confidence, and build social skills. Get your copy today.

Joshua Levy

President, Joshua Levy Educational Consulting, LLC

Growing up I wrote stories, designed puppet shows and composed rap songs with my sister, directed plays, sang in musicals, worked on set design, and performed in plays. I started working with special needs children while in middle school and high school. I have lived in Austin, Texas since 1998, and for eight years I taught special needs children at the elementary and high school levels, and I served as an assistant principal at an elementary school and at a high school. Following my career in public education I was with Pearson in State Assessments for nine years including positions as a project manager, a test development manager, and a program manager. I teach informal classes for adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDDs) at the University of Texas, and I am an assistant adjunct professor in the Student Development Department at Austin Community College. I am the Founder and Executive Director of Joshua’s Stage, a nonprofit organization enriching the lives of individuals with special needs through programs in the arts. I have an undergraduate degree in Elementary and Special Education from the University of Nebraska, an MEd from Texas State University, and an MBA from the University of Texas at Dallas. I am married to my wife Lori, and we have two beautiful children and two dogs.

What I Do
  • Trainings
  • Workshops
  • Observations
  • Speaking
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