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A Quiet Hour for Autism Awareness Week

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A Quiet Hour for Autism Awareness Week

Time: April 2, 2020 from 10am to 11am
Location: The Charterhouse
Street: Charterhouse Square
City/Town: London EC1M 6AN
Website or Map: http://ww.thecharterhouse.org…
Phone: 02038188873
Event Type: autism, friendly
Organized By: Charlotte Borger
Latest Activity: Mar 2, 2020

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Autism Awareness Week is coming up and we'll be taking part with a special opportunity for visitors, for whom new places and unfamiliar noises can be overwhelming, to appreciate the quiet and soothing parts of our buildings, away from noise and crowds. Our Quiet Hour will run before the museum and chapel are open to the public and it will be free to drop in during that time. We'll have a special sensory map of the space available, indicating high and low sensory areas, as well as a sensory bag for those who might enjoy it. Join us and help to spread awareness and increase acceptance for autistic people and their families! Free entry.

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