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Greensborough Residents – Hoyts brings you sensory-friendly movies

Hoyts has partnered with Banyule City Council Metro Access to bring sensory-friendly movies to Greensborough.  Sensory-friendly films are designed for people who have sensory sensitivities, something which often affects people ...

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What did Spectrospective mean to those who took part?

Spectrospective: Stories of Autism – reactions from some of those who took part We always saw Spectrospective as making an impact on people who know little about autism. But one ...

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Building closer ties with the Victorian Police

Over the past few years, Amaze has been working to build a stronger relationship with the Victorian Police Force, in a number of ways. Assistant Police Commissioner Lucinda Nolan has ...

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Sensory-friendly movies 2 & 3 May – 'Home'

Now also at Morwell! Sensory-friendly movies are great for people who have sensory sensitivities: House lights are dimmed but not completely down Sound is lowered Individuals may leave their seat ...

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'No More Meltdowns' – Dr Jed Baker in Melbourne to help us achieve this

Dr Jed Baker is a world-renowned expert on social skills and social communication challenges for people on the autism spectrum. He will be in Melbourne on Friday 26 June for ...

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World Autism Awareness Day – Bookings Now Open

Join Amaze for Spectrospective this World Autism Awareness Day – Thursday 2 April View the compelling result of AMAZE’s ‘Spectrsopective: Stories of Autism’ WAAD film project on 2 April. A ...

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