“For some moviegoers living with autism or special needs, going to watch their favorite films at a theater can be difficult.
Because one of the most common problems that individuals with autism face is extreme or low sensory-overload issues, each person reacts to stimuli differently. With sensory overload, individuals with autism view things sharply. They may not like bright lights or airborne dust and could be sensitive to sudden or loud noises. Others are hypersensitive in that seeing, hearing or feeling something makes them feel uncomfortable.”
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Danielle Hendrix | West Orange Times