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One-woman play is a fundraiser for retreat dream

Steph McNamara evokes a spectrum of emotions in her play, raising funds to open a retreat for neurodivergent people.

What is something you would do if fear wasn’t holding you back?

For Steph McNamara, that would be a one-woman play. But last week, she did just that. Andie Mollins tells us how McNamara, the mother of an child with autism, invites people to talk about neurodivergence through art.

If you’d like more information, you can check out the McNamaras’ Facebook or Instagram @MollysReachRetreat.

And you can find out more about the Ontario retreat on social media @thatlisahicks. In the show, she tells us about the benefits of retreats for neurodivergent people.

A woman swings a small child in the air.

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Andie Mollins

Andie is from Shediac, a small but lively beach town in New Brunswick. She studied history and sociology at the University of New Brunswick and...

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