Screening of The United States of Autism documentary in Savannah, 10/13

United States of Autism in Savannah

1 in 88 children in America have an autism diagnosis, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Are you the parent, aunt, sibling, uncle or teacher of a child with autism?

If so, please make plans to attend a one-night screening of The United States of Autism movie in Savannah, Wednesday, Nov. 13 7-8:30 PM in Savannah at Carmike 10 – Savannah. Cost. $11 General

Reserve Your Tickets here. 59 more people are needed to make reservations before Nov. 6 in order for this event to happen.

About “The United States of Autism”

Follow one man’s 11,000 mile, 40 day journey across the American landscape to visit twenty families and individuals affected by autism while searching for answers for his own son. With interviews from around the nation that include the widest spectrum of backgrounds – each conducted in the participants’ original language – the film weaves a broad and compelling tapestry across the spectrum of American life in all its faiths, disparities, colors, and cultures. What he learns along the way will change not only his life, but the lives of those he meets, forever. It’s a story about the best days that still lie ahead for our nation, the families, and the people who give America its heart.

More info here.

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