Little Caesars Arena in Detroit gives out KultureCity sensory bags. (Courtesy Little Caesars Arena) KultureCity provides training, designs for rooms that welcome  people with sensory issues A personal journey for a married couple to find inclusion for their autistic son has turned into a “sensory inclusive” movement for venues across the nation. Julian Maha and his wife, Michele Kong, started a sensory training program called KultureCity in 2014 after years of trying find acceptance for their son in  society. They couldn’t take him to sporting events, zoos, concerts or anyplace with highly stimulating activities. “It was basically that realization that we were very socially isolated. At that point, we decided to see what we could do to help him integrate more into the community,” said Maha, who is an emergency medical doctor at Prattville Baptist Hospital in Birmingham, Ala.  His wife is a pediatric ICU doctor at Children’s Hospital in Birmingham, […]
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