Montreal transformed into dance studio to promote the film, How To Dance In Ohio, and the cause of autism
MONTREAL, Sept. 13, 2016 /CNW Telbec/ - AUTISME SANS LIMITES is pleased to announce the launch of a unique campaign to get Montrealers to literally dance in the streets.
From now through October 5, 2016, dances steps can be found painted on the sidewalk in front of the Aldo and Apple stores on Ste-Catherine Street in Montreal and we invite you to find a partner… to dance! And, better yet, improvise your own dance in a beautiful location and share your performance on film or photo on Facebook Entrez dans la danse (@DansezMTL).
Dance for joy and for love, and to remember that special moment when you first joined hands with another. Dance in support of the Montreal premiere of the inspiring film How to Dance in Ohio, in which young autistic adults experience their first formal dance, at Théâtre Outremont on October 5 at 6:30 pm. Participants are invited to visit the website (www.ComeDanceWithUs.org) to purchase tickets for premiere (tickets are limited) and learn more about autism.
AUTISME SANS LIMITES (ASL) is a charitable organization whose mission is the development and social inclusion of adults with autism without intellectual disabilities. ASL programs are based on creating learning living environments in which preventative and community services are delivered to clients who have just left school or, in some cases, before. These learning spaces are adapted to their unique needs, and support teams help them develop their strengths and talents. In this inclusive environment, young adults with autism continue to evolve at their own pace in order to achieve their full potential, while avoiding isolation and resultant mental health problems.
SOURCE AUTISME SANS LIMITES (ASL)
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