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Mornings at the Museum provides time for children with developmental differences

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Posted at 1:30 PM, Apr 09, 2022

Each month, the Children's Museum of Acadiana holds a special event for children with neurodevelopmental and autism spectrum disorders.

Registration for Moon Sand at the Museum was on Sunday, April 10.

The program, "Mornings at the Museum", is a two-hour event held each month for children with neurodevelopmental and autism spectrum disorders. The children have the opportunity to view Museum exhibits and workshops for free.

According to the Children's Museum, educational activities are designed and produced by educators and docents with an eye on the cognitive development of children.

More information can be found HERE.

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