The AccessAbility Center located in Frist Campus Center on Princeton University campus. Photo by Jean Shin | The Daily Princetonian
The AccessAbility Center located in Frist Campus Center on Princeton University campus. Photo by Jean Shin | The Daily Princetonian

Sensory Fair highlights Autism Awareness and Acceptance month

“Getting more and more people engaged with the center … creates a space on campus in which disability is real, disability is affinity, and disability is identity, and it's integral to our experience here.”


As April marks Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month, the AccessAbility Center hosted its second-annual Sensory Fair on Wednesday, April 17. The event sought to help community members to “get a sense of what kind of sensory inputs there are and how heightened it is for individuals within the autism spectrum disorder,” Asha Nambiar, the Director of Accessibility and Disability Services, told The Daily Princetonian. Read more…


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