Swim Team follows the lives of three diverse young men who fall on the autism spectrum. They join a swim team for children with developmental disabilities, developed by parents of an autistic child. On the team, they find inclusion, independence, and space to achieve their goals. The eye-opening film chronicles the swim team’s hard work and dedication to make life work in and out of the swimming pool.
(Dir. Lara Stolman, 2017, 1:30)
Showing is at the main branch of the San Mateo Public Library in the Oak Room.
The film is free and open to all ages.
A discussion and light refreshments to follow.
San Mateo Public Library
55 West Third Avenue
San Mateo, CA 94402
**If you would like to Volunteer to help us share information about snkids.org at the event, you can sign up HERE! We will have an Information Table at the film showing.
Sponsored by the Center for Independence of Individuals with Disabilities.