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Autism Friendly Cinema Screenings in Harrow

Autism Friendly Cinema Screenings in Harrow

Autism Friendly Cinema Screenings in Harrow, are for people within the Autism Spectrum.
These screenings have a number of sensory differences. They are made in order to make them more attractive. It is for the benefit of the people with autism. The screenings are open to anyone who feel they benefit. It is for someone with another learning disability.

There is no need to prove autism in order to access the screenings. The friends and family are allowed.  However, consideration is expected.

Accompany someone with autism with a Cinema Exhibitors Association Card CEA. The carers are allowed free. .

There is a small fee for processing and postage. However, the CEA card is free.

Starting in  2004, The CEA s introduced the scheme for disabled people.

The CEA  ensures that a complimentary ticket is issued free. It is for someone with a disability to go with them.

There are some instances people don’t have a CEA card. But you can do one thing . What you have to do is provide your ID. As workers card or carer ID.

Among other adjustments, the sound volume will be reduced. Then the cinema will not be filled to capacity.

Autism

In fact, Autism is a developmental disability. It affects how a person communicates and relates to others.

There are approximately 700,000 people living with autism in the UK.

However, autism is different for everyone. Some visitors may require different adjustments.

Especially, you are welcome to contact the cinema. But it is before the screening to discuss specific needs.

The films are chosen based on popularity. It is to appeal as many people as possible.

In fact, Autism Friendly Cinema Screenings in Harrow are open for suggestions from the public.
It is regarding the types of film that may be suitable. Then they will take this feedback into account.

However, Vue Cinemas host an autism friendly screening in Harrow. It is on the last Sunday of every month at 10:15 AM.

So, contact Vue Cinemas in Harrow. You can contact for more information or for bookings.

If you want further explanations on Autism, visit this website.

In addition, for more information about Harrow visit the homepage of Harrow Plumbers website.

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