In this episode, Chris and Noah interview Anushka Paris-Carter and Andy Paris, writers and directors of the play, Uncommon Sense. This play, which premiered in January, 2017 at the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center in Cedar Falls, Iowa, showcases how individuals and families are affected by autism. In the interview we discuss some of the ups and downs of the play making process, how the play impacted Andy and Anushka, and how the play impacted those who were part of the play.
You can learn more about Uncommon Sense here.
In this episode Chris and Noah interview Joe, who is an uncle to Noah and Isaac. In his day job, Joe is an optometrist, specializing in vision therapy. Joe works with patients with all types of different abilities, including autism, to assess and help improve their vision.
Joe shares some insights from his experiences in working with patients on the autism spectrum and offers his perspective on being an uncle to Isaac and Noah.
Learn more about vision therapy at www.covd.org
Learn more about Joe's practice at www.visiontherapy4kids.com
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