Easter Seals Midwest Looks at Living with Asperger Syndrome

A recipient of the prestigious Mental Health Champion award given by the Missouri Department of Mental Health, Aaron has found an opportunity to share with the world how the autism mind works through his position as Easter Seals Midwest’s Autism Ambassador. Having been diagnosed later in life, Aaron is committed to “the race for autism awareness and understanding,” advocating for early intervention services and helping our community better understand autism—how it feels, how individuals face unique issues and challenges, and how to interact with someone with autism. His inspirational message is full of laughter, tears and hope, and promises to leave a lasting impression on all ages.

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Easter Seals Midwest Looks at Living with Asperger Syndrome

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Tom Huck and his Evil Prints on view at Duane Reed Gallery

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Jazz,Theater Combine for "Bud, Not Buddy" scored by Terrence Blanchard

Metro Theater Company partnered with Jazz St. Louis to produce "Bud, Not Buddy," a concert play based on the award-winning book by Christopher Paul Curtis.

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Printmaking & Historical Architecture Exhibits at Kemper Art Museum

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Photography from around the world at Foundry Art Centre

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The Talking Cure at the Kranzberg Arts Center

“The Talking Cure” is a multimedia exhibit by Melissa Stern that takes its name from Sigmund Freud’s original description of psychoanalysis.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am