Sensory Inclusion; Oberlin Volunteers in CLE & Navy Week

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A  visit to the Rock Hall means all kinds of awesome music. Catch a Cavs game and there's never a dull moment -- pulsating beats, a dance team and a fire breathing scoreboard, not to mention the basketball action. It can just be too much to people prone to sensory overload, such as those on the autism spectrum. On The Sound of Ideas, how the Rock Hall, the Cavs and others are working to be more "sensory inclusive." Then, we'll hear about a change to the Oberlin orientation program that incorporates students volunteering in Cleveland. And, a preview of "Navy Week."

 

Guests: 

-Traci Johnson, Executive Director, KultureCity 

-John Goehrke, Director of Visitor Engagement, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 

-Patrick Scanlon, Senior Director of Guest Experience, Guest Services, Quicken Loans Arena 

-Jeff Belles, Parent of a Child on the Autism spectrum 

-Trecia Pottinger, Director, Bonner Center for Service and Learning, Oberlin College

-Brian Williams, Executive Director, PNC Fairfax Connection

-Lt. David Carter, Lead Planner, Navy Week

-Senior Chief Petty Officer Shane Adkins 

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