Accessibility Services is hosting a screening of the film, Temple Grandin, Thursday October 26th in Sage 222 at 5:30pm. The film is a biopic of Temple Grandin, a woman living on the autism spectrum and follows how she became an expert in animal husbandry in part due to her unique way of seeing the world. Temple Grandin is a leading advocate for individuals on the autism spectrum and is famous as one of the first people to be able to share their experience of living on the spectrum. Approved for Cultural Credit.
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