Finally, after 81 episodes we are joined by the ever elusive, but always inclusive, Roger Ideishi. We chat about discovering the cross section of needs of neurodiverse students and cultural institutions. Hear/Read about the response to the need in Philadelphia first by The New Jersey Aquarium and quickly followed by Pennsylvania Ballet, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia Orchestra, Walnut Street Theater, People's Light, the Academy of Natural Sciences, Penn Museum, and The Franklin Institute. Learn how TDF’s first autism-friendly performance on Broadway opened up opportunities at The Smithsonian and The John F. Kennedy Center and the different dynamics that are navigated. We chat about preventing access/inclusion from becoming prescriptive how community involvement can help. Finally, learn what a community in New Mexico is doing that has Roger fascinated. All of that and more on this week’s episode of The Access Champions Podcast.
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