HONOURING AUTISTIC PEOPLE AT THE MONTREAL PREMIER OF ‘HOW TO DANCE IN OHIO’

AN EMOTIONALLY-CHARGED EVENT

Last October 5, in an emotionally-charged evening, AUTISME SANS LIMITES presented the Montreal premier of ‘How to dance in Ohio’, a film about young Asperger and high-functioning autistic women in search of a life just like that of other young women their age.

A warm thank you to all who made this evening possible:

Mr. Andrew Molson, project initiator; our many precious ambassadors; our generous sponsors: Le Groupe Jean Coutu, the CN, the National Bank, Power Corpoation of Canada, Telus, the Hôtels Germain group.

An evening that will forever remain in the hearts of all those who experienced it…

A few photos

Anticipation is growing… as people dance on the sidewalk, the volunteers are receiving their last instructions inside.

The theater is quickly filling with very good and very nice people.

The atmosphere is electric: Our stars are getting ready to walk down their first red carpet…

A red carpet even Hollywood stars would envy! A magical moment many will forever cherish

The words and a movie that immersed the guests into the reality of young Asperger and autistic people, showing them autism from within.

Many thanks to Patricia Paquin, ouR MC and mother of a young autistic son, who generously accepted to share her talent with us.

We ae most grateful to Mr. Andrew Molson, the project initiator and leader of the event. Many thanks to Dr. Emilio Amigo, who travelled to come present his magnificent film and enthusiastically give his support to AUTISM SANS LIMITES’ project to help young Asperger and autistic adults find fulfillment and build a life for themselves. In recognition, a drawing by REMROV, an exceptionally talent autistic artist, is offered to Dr. Amigo.