Paris mum opens up arts to people with special needs

People with autism are being given easier access to the arts, thanks to the efforts of an American woman living in Paris.

Arts for All Ways is an association founded by Thais Trobaugh.

She said accessibility has improved in general in France but there is still a lack of awareness of the special needs of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, such as autism, in museums, theatres and concert halls.

“If you ...

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