It is estimated that globally, one in every 270 people has autism. Every autistic person is different when it comes to abilities and needs. Some autistic people can live independently while others might require life-long care and support. Autism 2 Tower LLC is one such non-profit organization dedicated to people with autism or any sensory processing disorder.
Autism 2 Tower is ready to launch its own miniseries on YouTube known as “Autism Man”. This will be a weekly series on YouTube on the Autism 2 Tower Channel.
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On being asked about the miniseries, a spokesperson from Autism 2 Tower said, “You have heard of Batman, Superman, Ironman… and now you will meet the Autism Man. His superpower is his mind, which is extraordinary because it’s different from the rest. To know more, you must watch the Autism Man.”
Autism 2 Tower was started by Karl Coles from The Ohio State University. Karl Coles has two beautiful children Chantelle and Cayson. At the age of 4, Cayson was diagnosed with sensory processing disorder and Autism. When asked about what inspired him to start Autism 2 Tower, Karl Coles said, “I wanted to make an impact in the autism community and to give autism a true voice. My goal is to develop the ultimate sensory friendly environmental retreat called Autism 2 Tower Sensory Retreat”.
This retreat is going to be a modern, state-of-the-art and sensor-friendly retreat that will use the latest technology to create the ultimate sensory environment for the specially-abled people. There will be a team of Occupational, Speech, Physical and Listening Therapists and Autism Coaches round-the-clock to teach sustainability skills and empower people with sensory disabilities.
Autism Man echoes the mission of Autism 2 Tower. This miniseries will help people with autism and sensory disabilities by boosting their self-confidence while improving their quality of life.
Autism 2 Tower provides early autism awareness and imparts self-confidence and self-sustainability skills while providing a sensory-friendly retreat for people autistic or have any other sensory processing disorder.
For more information, please visit: www.autism2tower.com