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Temple Grandin at PNE— ASL interpreters are provided

There are two American Sign Language interpreters are confirmed for Temple Grandin, an Autistic celebrity’s event at the Pacific National Exhibition in Vancouver.
This event is about being educated about insights of different minds among Autistics. If you want to understand who Autistics are, this event would be much worth for you to attend to learn something new!
PNE Agrodome
August 17 @ 8pm – 9:45pm
A rate of tickets is $52.50 (plus fees).
Due to the sign-language interpreters being provided for this event, don’t miss such an opportunity to deserve yourself fantastic education about being Autistic with the world its famous Autistic woman!

Temple Grandin – PNE

AutismBC in partnership with 4-H British Columbia, will host autism advocate and best-selling author Temple Grandin for her acclaimed talk: Developing Individuals who have Different Minds. Temple Grandin was one of the first people to publicly share her insights into autism from an insider’s perspective and is a prominent author and speaker on autism, who has published multiple books on the subject.

Grandin also has a successful career consulting on both livestock handling equipment design and animal welfare. She is a professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University and has authored several books on animal behavior and working with animals. Temple’s success story was told in the 2010 film “Temple Grandin,” an award-winning HBO production starring Claire Danes.

AutismBC is British Columbia’s entry point and knowledge resource for all things autism. For over 40 years we have been empowering those on the spectrum and their advocates, with the information and pathways to education to help those affected achieve their fullest potential. Our commitment starts with early diagnosis and intervention, and extends the entire lifespan of British Columbians on the autism spectrum. For more information please visit www.autismbc.ca

Thanks to our event sponsors; UBC Faculty of Education, The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research and Collaboration in Autism and 4-H British Columbia.

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