Princess Marie Visits Autism Centre in Vordingborg
As patron of the National Association for Autism, Princess Marie of Denmark paid a visit to Vordingborg’s Autism Centre Storstrøm on Monday.
The Princess was given a tour of the centre, which provides a space for people of all ages who are on the autism spectrum to learn and socialise, and was shown how they use digital tools to benefit those who come to use the centre.
Following her too, Princess Marie – who wore a purple blouse and dark grey pants with a light grey blazer – attended the premiere of The Digital Offer, a twenty-five minute documentary that details the impact of digital and technological advancements for people with autism and their families.
“It shows how important it is for people with autism to be able to use digital tools for a better everyday life,” Princess Marie said afterwards of the documentary.
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