When: Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th October 2019
Where: Atrium of NCI 10am – 4pm both days
How would you feel if you couldn’t read or see words clearly? What if you couldn’t understand what others are saying? How would you be able to concentrate on one thing but weren’t able to filter out the surrounding noise? What if you couldn’t cope with certain textures, the tastes or odours of certain foods?
The Autism Experience Exhibition lets you experience these challenges. It is presented in a Q&A format and includes an audio guide and activities to enable visitors to step into the shoes of someone living with the condition.
All are welcome, the event is free just come along to the NCI Atrium at any time and our guides will show you through the interactive exhibits. The event will give you a fascinating and useful insight into Autism.
The exhibition is free to attend and there is no need to register, just come along. To work through the exhibition, you should allow approximately one hour and places are subject to availability on the day as some times may be busier.
As part of the event we also have free talks over the two days. These talks are free to attend but you must register due to room capacity.