MY DAY TO PLAY – A SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM

My Day to Play, developed by Lead Volunteer, Rosalyn Fisher, a retired occupational therapist experienced working with children on the spectrum and MDM’s Director of Education, Trudi Plummer, is all about providing a comfortable environment to learn and grow and to give families who face similar challenges a place to connect and encourages learning and exploration in a safe environment.

 

WHEN:​

  • January 12th

  • January 26th

  • February 9th

  • February 23rd

  • March 8th

  • March 22nd

  • April 5th

  • April 19th

  • May 10th

  • May 24th

Activities & Details

We will be closed to the public and provide Sensory Discovery Boxes and Gross Motor Sensory Play. Quiet space will available as well as different sessions of animal one-on-one and a special science or art exploration activity, in addition to free play on all 3 floors of the museum!

 

4:45 PM – Animal Time

Meet and learn about MDM’s live animals!

 

5:15 PM – Sensory Craft or Science Activity

 

All evening:

In the Baseball Diamond:

Gross Motor Sensory Play &

Sensory Boxes

 

Quiet Space in Birthday Party Room A

 

What is Autism

The Autism Society – This page links to the “What is Autism” page of the Society’s website.

Please call (207) 262-7200 to register! Email Rosalyn Fisher with questions/concerns.

My Day to Play is on Facebook!

Our Group page is a platform to share information and to connect with each other. Click here to join!

 

Our community partner, the Maine Autism for Education and Research (MAIER), has created a Social Narrative – all about visiting Maine Discovery Museum. Click here to read and download.

 

My Day to Play is sponsored in part with generous support from the Penobscot Foundation for Developmental Services.

MUSEUM INFORMATION

Temporarily closed due

to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Maine Discovery Museum

74 Main Street

Bangor, Maine 04401

Ph: (207) 262-7200

info@mainediscoverymuseum.org

© 2020 Maine Discovery Museum