Being able to use ipads during a movie or walk around the cinema generally isn’t allowed but on sensory movie day it is completely acceptable.
This Sunday, July 26, families with children who have sensory issues have a special screening of Minions at 10am.
The lights are kept on low, not switched off, the sound is turned down, children can move around if needed and can use ipads with head phones or other toys.
This is the second movie day organised by the Wagga autism support group.
The first day was held during the last school term and attracted around 60 people.
Anyone who battles to go to the movies is welcome to attend the day.
Cost is $10 which entitles the child and carer access to the movie. Access through the rear disability entrance is also available.
Tickets are available from Northcott Wagga on 124 Peter Street or phone (02) 69211996.
Another day will be held on Sunday October 18 with a screening of Pixels.
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