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Access to SPY: Opening Our Doors to the Autism Community
From: 08:00 AM to 11:00 AM
MAKING MISSION IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE!
The International Spy Museum is pleased to offer a community program geared specifically for families who have a child on the autism spectrum. With the crowds, lights, sounds, and surprises, the Spy Museum was likely mission impossible for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and sensory processing differences.
On this special day, the Museum will designate private hours so families can enjoy a visit with less noise, fewer people, and specially designated quiet rooms. So now, experiencing the largest collection of espionage-related artifacts on public view, testing spy skills, and uncovering the secret history of history is mission possible!
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Access to SPY program includes:
- SPY social story
- Sensory Map of the Museum
- Noise and light reductions in the galleries
- Specially-trained staff
- Limited attendance
- Devoted quiet spaces
To prepare for your visit check out our pre-visit video tour!
For questions about this program, please contact Lucy Stirn at lstirn [at] spymuseum.org (lstirn [at] spymuseum.org )or 202.654.093