Friday, February 8, 2013

Sesame Street Live Features Accommodations

One of my distant childhood memories is going to "Sesame Street Live," at age two.  Although I had not yet been diagnosed with autism, I was nonverbal at that time.  How things have changed since then.  Tonight, Sesame Street Live is going to offer accommodations for children on the autism spectrum as well as those with other sensory challenges.  Accommodations include extra spacing between seats and a quiet room where children can go and find relief from overwhelming sensory stimuli.

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