C.H.A.S.E. provides hands-on autism and sensory training for:
- Law Enforcement
- Teachers/Student Teachers
- Sporting Clubs
- Dance and Gymnastics
- Performing Arts
A virtual reality short film designed for educating typical teens about what it feels like to have autism in a mainstream classroom. By creating an educational platform using relevant technology, the typical student can better understand their classmates who are on the autism spectrum, building empathy and decreasing instances of bullying, exclusion and mistreatment. Teaching neurodiversity will increase tolerance and pave the way for teens with autism to fully function in their communities.
To access the video, click on the link below. You will need virtual reality headgear or cardboard goggles to view.