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Old May 14th, 2017, 07:33 PM   #591
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After a 6 year thread length and no other member replying, what has this to do with pheromones?
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Hi Wotan. In the lounge section, off-topic threads are tolerated. This thread has an important number of views, I guess it's interesting for many people.
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Ah. Okay. I read through a few pages expecting something about using pheromones as a treatment for autism.
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It's a big world and there's room for everyone, I suspect the view count is more to do with people with interest in pheremones checking out this thread and trying to find any pheremone-related content, and wondering why it's continuously updated and always at the top of the 'New' search results. I am in no way at all trying to restrict anyone's freedom of speech or right to self-expression, but it would be nice for me to have the option somewhere to filter it from my view of the forums.
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Hi Mr Scrunge I appreciate the response and will keep your opinion in mind when posting

The subject of recent posts has mainly been on Autism-related events and organisations in the state of Ohio.

To the east, Imagination Stage is a Bethesda, Maryland-based nonprofit children's theater company offering year-round productions of modern and classic plays. Some productions now feature a Sensory-Friendly performance designed to be more accessible to individuals who benefit from sensory support, have sensitivities and/or Autism...
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A man sits in an aisle seat with a notepad on his lap, ready to take notes on the sensory experience of watching 'Peter Pan and Wendy.'
In a theater packed with kids, the man will note the moments when the lights might flash too quickly, the sound might be too loud or an action might be too surprising.
This is the first step in occupational therapist Roger Ideishi's role in helping Imagination Stage produce a sensory-friendly performance.
Sensory-friendly shows are for families with children on the autism spectrum and/or with other sensory, social or learning needs.

...Imagination Stage, in Bethesda, ran four shows of this type during its 2012-13 season.

...Imagination Stage helps families prepare for shows by giving them guidelines, known as 'social stories,' on how to pick up tickets, where the bathrooms are and how the theater looks.

On the day of the event, families are told what will happen during the play. There are suggestions for what the children can do if they are scared or surprised. "If the music is too loud for me I can cover my ears, put on my headphones or hug my mom or dad," the guidelines say.
Ideishi doesn't change the script for sensory-friendly performances, but he adds clarity.
In a meeting with members of the Imagination Stage team after watching 'Peter Pan and Wendy,' Ideishi discussed making the message clearer for the audience. Instead of implying that the actors want the audience to answer a question or tell them what to do, he said they should specifically ask questions such as, "What should I do next?"
Ideishi also recommended providing background on the 'Peter Pan' story to the audience during or before the show to give context.

When selling tickets for the show, Imagination Stage leaves empty seats around families to allow easy movement if necessary.

...Actors learn about what they might hear or see in the audience while onstage. They also run scenes that have been modified.
During a show, there are Imagination Stage staff members sitting in the corners with glow sticks. When a surprising scene is approaching or the actors are about to walk through the audience, the staff members raise the glow sticks as a warning for the audience.

...Ideishi has been interested for a long time in how people with developmental needs interact with society. Once he realized this community didn't have much involvement, he wanted to work to change that.
"I wanted to reach out to community organizations to make [these families] able to go out more," Ideishi said.
Through his work with museums, theaters and aquariums, Ideishi created a way for families with children who don't develop typically to experience what everyone else does. He works with about six organizations in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and the Washington area, including the Smithsonian Institution...

Now it seems his dream is coming true.

...This trend is happening at other organizations too...
Here is a link to a video on Imagination Stage's Sensory Friendly Performance of 'You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown' from just this month:
https://www.facebook.com/imagination...6216322412626/


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