Heather is Cultural Development Manager at the National Autistic Society and recently worked as advisor on The Lion King and the Autism and Theatre Inspiration Day in 2011. In her capacity as Advisory Expert on Show and Tell, Heather brought her unique knowledge and insights to the development of the app from the earliest design and content concepts and advised at every stage of analysis and development.
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“ Our son is autistic. His behaviour can be very challenging in public and there are very few places we can take him for entertainment. Coming to see Circus Starr enables my son to experience not only new wonderful performances, but sit amongst an audience in a Theatre or a Big Top, which teaches him social skills.”
“Social stories and visual supports can be really valuable tools for many people with autism, helping them navigate situations like days out that many of us might take for granted”
Heather Wildsmith, Cultural Development Manager, National Autistic Society
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