This is a fantastic description of what autism is like for Temple Grandin, recorded at the TED Conference 2010. She talks about how she thinks in pictures. She touches on visual thinkers, verbal thinkers, sensory issues. What is autism like for you or your child?
Drop Caitlyn Hylinski at Cinema Cafe a Facebook message and let them know you love the idea of Sensory Friendly Shows and you want to see more shows in the future.
Would you be interested in a seeing a Sensory Friendly Show with tickets for $2.50? Cinema Cafe has considered offering a second-run movie showing for the Autism Community at Pembroke Meadows or Greenbrier. Let me know in the comments what you think of the idea.
P.S. Stop by our blog next month, I'll be giving away tickets to the next sensory friendly showing at Cinema Cafe!
Ignorance of Asperger's Syndrome
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Play to Learn February Blog Hop
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