Spectrospective 2017: Don’t miss Sunday’s big-screen premiere
Celebrate World Autism Awareness Day on April 2 by attending a Village Cinema for the big screen, sensory friendly premiere of Spectrospective 2017.
Spectrospective, Amaze’s contribution to Awareness Day, will screen as a double feature with the new DreamWorks hit The Boss Baby.
The Boss Baby is about a suit-wearing, briefcase-carrying baby who pairs up with his seven-year old brother to stop the dastardly plot of the CEO of Puppy Co.
Who’s The Boss?
Spectrospective 2017 is our most in-depth, enlightening and inspiring yet.
The film recognises that every story of autism is important and that by sharing yours you are playing an important role in building community understanding and acceptance of life on the spectrum.
Spectrospective this year broadened its scope, allowing you to create something inspiring.
To take part in 2017 you could be an autistic individual, a parent, a carer, an educator, a student, a support worker or a workplace that is committed to inclusive communities.
Following is a social script you may find useful on Sunday. Click here for pdf version of social script
Your school can support World Autism Awareness Day in April 2017. Host a gold coin event, create an exhibition or show our 2017 Spectrospective film to help raise understanding about autism.
See the link below to download our information pack and register your school today.
Workplaces can support World Autism Awareness Day by hosting a gold coin event, showing the 2017 Spectrospective film, or sharing information through the workplace. By doing so you’ll be helping to create greater understanding of autism.
Download our information pack (see below) and register your workplace today.
From hosting an informal gold coin morning tea, to showing the 2017 Spectrospective: Stories of Autism film, there are many ways your friendship, family or community group can support World Autism Awareness Day during April.
Find out more, request an info pack, or register by clicking Spectrospective