Tennis class for students with autism seeking participants

ACEing Autism, organized by Vanderbilt student Chandler Semjen, is seeking children with autism ages 6-14 to learn the game of tennis and have fun at the same time.

By: Elizabeth Turner

ACEing Autism is a class tailored for children with autism ages 6-14 who are interested in learning the game of tennis. Instructors are looking for students who want to learn a new sport and participate in healthy activity, socialization, and fun. Classes will be led by Vanderbilt University Tennis Club members who have been trained to work with children on the spectrum.

Classes will begin on Sunday, Sept. 22, at Centennial Sportsplex in downtown Nashville.

To register your child to participate, click here to complete the registration form. For more information about ACEing Autism, contact Chandler Semjen at or (617) 733-5378, or visit the national ACEing Autism Web site.

Last Updated: 9/9/2013 4:10:13 PM

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