Tuesday, March 6, 2018

For Autism Awareness (Acceptance) Month, you can attend a FREE screening of "Through Our Eyes: Living with Asperger's" (50-min Extended Edition).

The events will include the film screening, presentation, and Q&A with the director, Alyssa Huber. DVD copies will be available, and handmade sensory friendly jewelry.

Simply register using the links on my Events page. You can also RSVP to the Facebook events.


Here are the events!

APR 5th 2018 "Through Our Eyes" Film Screening at Indian Trails Public Library (Informed Afternoons)
Date: Thursday, April 5th — 1:00pm-2:30pm.
Address: 355 Schoenbeck Rd, Wheeling, IL 60090 -- Main - Lake-Cook Room
Admission: FREE, simply Register here in advance.
Running Time: 50 Minutes (Extended Version. Watch the trailer here.)
Click here for more info.
RSVP to Facebook Event

APR 7th 2018 "Through Our Eyes" Film Screening at Messenger Public Library
Date: Saturday, April 7th — 2:00pm-4:30pm
Address: 113 Oak St, North Aurora, IL 60542 -- Main Meeting Room
Admission: FREE, simply Register here in advance.
Running Time: 50 Minutes (Extended Version. Watch the trailer here.)
Click here for more info.
RSVP to Facebook Event


Feel free to forward this post to anyone who may benefit from seeing this documentary. It has been a valuable resource for professionals, teachers, families and individuals on the autism spectrum.


Other Events

MAR 2018 Asperger's Discussion Live Stream w/ Alyssa Huber (Autistic Gaming Initiative)
Join the conversation on all things Asperger's with Alyssa Huber, director/producer of the documentary "Through Our Eyes: Living with Asperger's."

Date and topic not yet available; follow the Facebook Event for updates.

PREVIOUS TOPICS
Asperger's and Financial Issues
Asperger's and Emotions
Asperger's and Coping with Change




Thanks, and I'll see you there!
~Alyssa

2 comments:

  1. Just watched your video, Alyssa, and it was so good. My daughter, Hannah, is an aspie (undiagnosed, but totally aspie), and I am going to send the link to her. I think this will be highly encouraging to her. We live in Tucson, and it is hard to find other aspies. I wish she knew you and your friends. She seems to be a lot like your friend, Katy. Thank you for sharing your story!

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    1. Thanks, watching & listening to your video was "a release" of sorts. You likely comprehend and that would be all I ask for in any exchange of ideas or emotions. Thanks for sharing your experience with this kind of life. bl3.0

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